Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, on Thursday criticised his club’s forward finishing in their 3-0 victory against Aston Villa.
The manager who was interviewed after the match said his strikers must learn to be more “clinical”.
Bruno Fernandes opened the scoring after he netted the a penalty he won, before Mason Greenwood smashed in his 16th overral goal of the season.
Paul Pogba scored his first goal of the campaign after the break, as United became the first team to score three or more in four consecutive Premier League fixtures.
The win which saw Man Utd to be one point behind Leicester City in fourth and two points below Chelsea in third.
With such fine margins between the teams, goal difference could become a factor for a Champions League spot and Solskjaer says he was unhappy with his side for failing to score more against Villa.
“I don’t know about how other teams feel when they play us but we scored three today.
“If we’re talking about goal difference then the defenders have done their jobs [with the clean sheet] but we created chances and we could have scored three, four or five more.
“Of course you’re happy with the way in which we create chances but you have to be more clinical,” he said.