The Red Devils have made significant progress this season in Jose Mourinho’s second campaign in charge as they ended up in second place in the Premier League table.
That represents the Red Devils’ highest finish in the Premier League since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement back in 2013.
Manchester United are still aiming to finish the season with a trophy and they will take on Chelsea FC in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday.
However, despite Manchester United’s improved form, the former defender still thinks that there is a lot of room for improvement at Old Trafford.
Speaking to Sky Sports on Sunday, Neville said: “Manchester United have had a good season in the league in finishing second but it has been inconsistent and they have dipped at times.
“They have lost against all three promoted teams, that’s nine points. That’s an attack for next season.
“There are nine points you need to sort out and then you work away at the others and the big gap.”
Manchester United will now turn their attentions towards their crunch clash against Chelsea FC at Wembley on Saturday.
The Red Devils won the League Cup and Europa League in Mourinho’s first season in charge at Old Trafford last season.
Manchester United are bound to be linked with a host of players in the coming weeks and months as Mourinho looks to assemble a team capable of winning the title next season.
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