The Red Devils had a slow start to the season but have emerged as strong title contenders after a magnificent turnaround of form.
Manchester United are “not there yet” and must maintain their focus and keep working in the Premier League title race, reminds Paul Pogba.
United reclaimed the top spot of the table after a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Fulham on Wednesday.
It was a show of their immense desire for the league summit as the Red Devils came back from behind to snatch all three points, having fallen behind within the opening five minutes of the match.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s equaled a long-held club record set by their treble-winning side of 1999 of going unbeaten in their last 17 away Premier League games after the win at Craven Cottage.
Man United are leading the title race midway through the season for the first time in eight years and many expect them to go all the way through and win the title.
“Never enough, we’re still far from the trophy,” Pogba, who scored the winning goal against Fulham, told the club’s official website.
“This is the Premier League, it’s not going to be easy. It’s hard to get there, it’s going to be even harder to stay there.
“We know we have to keep focused, and keep working, keep playing, keep pushing and believe in ourselves. Not arrogance, but be arrogant in the way that, yes – we’re proud to be there, but we’re not there yet.
“We didn’t do nothing, you know? We haven’t done nothing yet, so we have to keep working.”