Man Utd secure second place with point

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Jose Mourinho accepted he can not be completely satisfied with Manchester United guaranteeing a second-place finish in the Premier League.

David Moyes of West Ham United during his Press Conference at Rush Green on May 9, 2018 in Romford, England.

"I give my assistants very good conditions for their evolution and I think Michael can be very positive for us", said Mourinho about the midfielder-soon-to be coach.

The Scot helped West Ham secure their top-flight status for next season with a 2-0 win at Leicester City last weekend. "I chose not to".

Jose Mourinho has confirmed he will be without one or two of his big guns when Manchester United visit the Olympic Stadium this evening.

When asked whether raising hands to an opponent was something he would condemn, West Ham manager David Moyes simply replied: "Yeah". Mourinho will be trusted again to get things right. "Probably apart from two or three managers there's nobody who's got a better win-ratio".

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Romelu Lukaku is still recovering from an ankle injury and may continue to miss games, meaning youngster Marcus Rashford will be handed the opportunity of leading the line for Manchester United this midweek.

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The short and to-the-point nature of Masuaku's response is sure to have both reassured and humoured numerous West Ham faithful, who have taken warmly to the full-back's energetic and powerful performances on the Hammers' left flank this season.

"I know what it looks like, I know what you need to get there". Some of the people we have, they have to be more consistent in their performance, and we need more quality.

"Davis Moyes has never beaten Jose Mourinho in a PL game in ten previous attempts and I can not see the Hammers beating the FA Cup Finalists despite a fine win at Leicester at the weekend".

"But you could argue we had the best January because we made a good profit and still stayed up".