Ex-Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes insists the club must play a more entertaining brand of football next season.
United still remain in the hunt for a top-four finish this term and will secure Champions League football if they win their final two games of the season against West Ham and Bournemouth.
The Red Devils still have the chance to win the FA Cup too as they prepare to face Crystal Palace in the showpiece at the end of the season.
However, boss Louis van Gaal has been criticised for his brand of football with some fans calling for the club to find a new manager.
Scholes has criticised the DutchmanÂ’s methods throughout the course of the campaign and he is hoping for more excitement in 2016-17.
“IÂ’ve said this before – itÂ’s irrelevant who the manager is,” Scholes told M.E.N Sport.
“Whether itÂ’s Ryan Giggs, Mourinho or van Gaal, I just want to see a Manchester United team that competes to win trophies in the right way.
“I think it probably would have been a more acceptable season if it had been done with a more entertaining style of football but it hasnÂ’t been.
“If youÂ’re at Manchester United you should be trying to win everything. You want to be challenging for the league and winning every competition youÂ’re in – especially when you are spending so much money.Â”