London, May 10 (ANI): Manager Alex Ferguson has said that Manchester United will strive to bring back the Premier League title in 2011, after narrowly losing it to Chelsea this year.
"We have won it the last three years, so we know how hard it is. So, I congratulate Carlo (Ancelotti) who is a good manager and a good guy. Of course we'll be back next year - that is what Manchester United do," the Daily Mail quoted Fergie, as saying.
"Next year we will go again and try and bring back the title to the best place in the world," he added.ergie said he had given up on a final-day upset when he heard Chelsea were 2-0 up at half-time and Wigan had a man sent off - the Blues went on to add another six goals.
He said: "I think it was always going to be a hard ask to expect Wigan to get something and when they went down to 10 men all our hopes evaporated."
He said: "How you view the season depends on whether you focus on the low moments or look at the positives. It's the old conundrum as to whether you see the glass as half empty or half full! My job as manager is to assess and analyse in the cold light of day and get things into perspective."
"I have to separate fact from fiction, like the suggestion we have not seen the vintage football associated with Manchester United. It is a tougher and more competitive league nowadays and it is not easy to impose the kind of football we all want to see against every opposing team," he added. (ANI)