Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has called for improvement in every area of his side next season.
The Dutch manager was speaking after learning that first choice goalkeeper David De Gea had secured the Premier League golden glove.
United grabbed a 2-0 win over Wolves in the Premier League at home on Saturday, earning the second league golden glove of his Red Devils career.
Asked about the achievement post-game, Ten Hag said: “I think you have to see the wider perspective.
“We had many clean sheets, I think the most in the league. But then we also had some bad defeats, and we are not scoring that easily.
“Today another [opposition] goalkeeper is Man of the Match, we do that often, we are very good at that.
“In this moment there is no time for happiness or satisfaction – we have to work and to improve. Get the team ready but improve. That is what I demand from my players, my staff and myself.”