'It's not enough for us to compete only for the league. We also have ambitions and a great desire to win the other competitions as well.
'The reality at the moment dictates that the championship will probably be a two-horse race.
'But that isn't the case when it comes to the FA Cup and Champions League - it's wrong to think those competitions are also between us and Chelsea.' He told Manchester United Radio:
He then added that
'We haven't won anything yet though. We're in a good position as a result of our hard work, commitment and concentration and we must keep that going until the end of the season.
'The race will not be easy and I'm sure
'We cannot just enjoy the fact that we're six points clear, we need to build on that.
'If we don't, then that is when you make mistakes and one small mistake could represent big punishment for us.
'Letting our focus and our state of alertness slip even just a little bit is the wrong attitude for us.'