Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand is highly confident that his former side have all it takes to end up in the top four this term.
The Premier League legend feels that the Red Devils have all it takes to end the current Premier League season in top four.
United dropped their first game points under interim head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Tuesday when they earned a 2-2 draw against Premier League side Burnley in the top flight at the Manchester club.
The Red Devils are presently in sixth position in the English Premier League log and just two points adrift fourth-placed North London club Arsenal as United look to try and seal UEFA Champions League qualification for next term.
The 20-time English League winners will try to return to winning ways later on Sunday when they visit the King Power Stadium to face for Premier League champions Leicester City.
Manchester United hero Rio Ferdinand recently took part in a Twitter question and answer session with his social media followers on Wednesday.
And when questioned by a fan if he thinks the Red Devils will qualify for next campaign’s UEFA Champions League, Rio replied: “Yes… believe! #AskRio.”
The former England central defender was also asked by another supporter who he would sign for the Red devils if he could sign any footballer, and Rio replied: “I’m going @VirgilvDijk.. the position we’re in most need! #AskRio.”
The Red Devils have not won the English Premier League title since their last success under former boss Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.