Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that his Manchester United side are intent on finishing third, never mind fourth, as they and Wolves keep up the pressure on Chelsea in the race for the Champions League.

The Red Devils swept aside Sheffield United on Wednesday evening, while Wolves squeezed past struggling Bournemouth.

It means that the pressure is back onto Chelsea, who welcome rampant Manchester City to Stamford Bridge on Thursday night, to open up the gap between fourth and the chasing pack.

The Blues sit on 51 points with tonight’s game in hand, while United and Wolves are breathing down their necks on 49.

Solskjaer, though, is looking past Chelsea and is aiming at dethroning Leicester, who have held third spot for the most part of the season.

“I’ve never said fourth is our aim, we want to go up to third but we have to focus on each game as it comes and there’s two cups for us there as well,” Solskjaer told the Telegraph. “One game at a time and in the end we can count the points and maybe have only two teams in front of you.