Manchester United winger Ashley Young was upset with their 1-1 draw with Arsenal on Sunday but heaped praise on United's all round display, saying the Reds will aim to win the Premier League title next season.
Ander Herrera broke the deadlock in the 30th minute and the Gunners responded through Theo Walcott whose shot deflected off Tyler Blackett.
However, England international Young who was arguably the star performer in the match said Louis van Gaal's side will come back stronger next season.
"We should have taken all three points," Young told MUTV. "We were disappointed to let them back in the game but we played well.
“It was all us – they came into it in the last 25 minutes. But we’re disappointed we let them back into the game, especially when you consider how we controlled it.
“We wanted to put them under pressure and we did that from the word go.
“We were looking to get in behind them and create chances. We felt comfortable and we’re disappointed [they scored].
“I think that’s the third deflection we’ve conceded from in the last three games if you include West Brom and Crystal Palace," Young continued. "It [just] wasn’t meant to be [for us] today.
"As a club, we always want to finish as high as possible. It looks like we'll finish fourth and we have to go into the last game and get the three points.
“Then we’ll dust ourselves down in the summer and come back again. We want to bring Champions League nights back to Old Trafford – they’re fantastic.
"We’ll come back stronger next year and we'll look to win the league.”