By Daniel Davis For Mailonline
Published: 14:23 BST, 22 September 2019 | Updated: 14:23 BST, 22 September 2019
Roy Keane has slammed Manchester United's lowered expectations for this season and believes that finishing fourth would be a poor achievement in comparison to the club's former glory days.
The outspoken Irishman, making his punditry debut for Sky Sports, believes that players would have been heavily criticised in the dressing room for settling for anything less than a title challenge.
Ahead of United's clash with West Ham on Sunday, Keane said: ‘You’re playing for Man United to win. God help me if in our dressing room someone mentioned can we finish fourth as a great achievement, you’d have been lynched.’
Roy Keane slammed Man United's lowered expectations of a fourth place finish this season
The former United captain has been vocal in expressing his disapproval at the club's dramatic fall from grace in recent years, and once again was on hand to share his divisive opinions about the Old Trafford outfit.
Keane had also raised doubts over the top flight giants' recruitment