Manchester United are not going to abandon their Premier League campaign to focus on the Europa League, says midfield ace Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Jose Mourinho's Reds are 13 points adrift of table-toppers Chelsea after 14 matches in the league and nine points behind the fourth spot. However, speaking ahead of their clash against Zorya on Thursday, Mkhitaryan said they are willing to bounce back to form and compete in all competitions.
Read More: Ranieri on Leicester's slump in Portugal. "We didn't give up yet in the Premier League," the 27-year-old, has started three of United's last four matches, told a news conference. "We're not yet saying we're out of the competition. "We are still in the competition, there are a lot of games to go, so we are trying to do our best to be in the top four. "In Europe we're going to try and go as far as we can. I feel that everybody is good with the conditions because we come here to win, we don't want to lose this game. We want to do our best."
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