Former United captain Keane has been pleased by the Red Devils' resurgence.

United strung together an 11-game unbeaten run before football was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Roy Keane. Image Sky Sports

'There is certainly a feel-good factor back at United,' says former skipper Roy Keane. Manchester United had an upturn in form before the COVID-19 brought football to a standstill, but Roy Keane insists there is still a lot of work to be done on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team before they can be seen as genuine title contenders again. "There is certainly a feel-good factor back at United over the last couple of games," Keane, who won seven Premier League titles during his 12 seasons at Old Trafford, told The Football Show.


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Man Utd's Bruno Fernandes celebrates with Juan Mata, McTominay, Ighalo and Fred. [Getty]

"But it's still a long way back for United yet, they are a long way behind Manchester City and Liverpool. The signs are obviously a lot better than they were 6-12 months ago, the signings have all settled in well and will only get better with time. "If we get around to playing games and they can have a good finish to the season, get one or two very good players again in the summer then that's another big step in terms of their recovery, but there is still a bit to go."

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