Louis van Gaal is quite confident of remaining in his position at Manchester United till next year.
Despite United making it to the FA cup final, they fight for the fourth spot on the table, with Van Gaal’s job under pressure.
However, the Dutchman that could have been replaced by José Mourinho will be at the club one more season and felt success would take a while to be achieved at the club.
“I knew it would be like this. That’s why they hired me and we spoke about it,” he told reporters.
“We always knew that the process would take three years. I wanted to sign only for two years.
“The club wanted me to sign for three years, not me. I signed for three years – so next year you will see me again.
“Every week for six months I have been sacked – and yet I am still here. But this has happened to me at every club I have been at.
“I am doing the same job at United that I was hired to do at every club.
“People should assess the squad that I took over and make a comparison to the players we have now in terms of age.
“There is a big difference between what the people in the street think and the media. A big difference. I can only tell you my experiences and I don’t have to defend myself. I am a realistic man and so I only speak about facts.”