22/04/2010 07:47, Report by Steve Bartram

Solskjaer has treble vision

United may have clinched the Barclays Premier Reserve League North title with two games to spare, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists there will be no let-up from his side.

The Reds face local rivals Manchester City in both sides’ final Manchester Senior Cup group game on Thursday evening, with the winners going through to face Bolton in this season’s final. With one trophy secured, a national playoff with Aston Villa beckoning and Thursday's decisive cup clash, Solskjaer says his side have plenty left to play for.

“We have to enjoy winning the league, then move on and beat City,” he told ManUtd.com. “It’ll be tough, it always is against them. We’ve had two good league games and against them but if we can win that then we’re into the final and we have the chance to win another two trophies on top of the league title.

"It’s great for the lads to be sampling what the chase for trophies at this stage of the season. When we all went over to Modena for the Claudio Sassuolo memorial tournament, the coaches had a really good chat with the lads.

“We told them that to enjoy being in with a chance of winning so many trophies and just to go out and win them. They responded by winning the tournament in Italy, they’re top of the Academy league, we won the Reserves league, we can win two more cups and that’s what it’s all about.

Supporters who wish to attend Thursday’s match can do so at a cost of £5 for adults and £2 for concessions. One United members and Season Ticket holders can gain free entry.


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