Cape Town - In the wake of Manchester United's 2-1 victory over local rivals Manchester City, Harry Maguire has set his sights on the top four.
A week that started with scrutiny and mounting pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the wake of an alarming home draw with promoted Aston Villa ended with a second memorable victory in a matter of days.
Fresh from deservedly seeing off Jose Mourinho's Tottenham 2-1 on Wednesday evening, United won by the same scoreline across town at the Etihad Stadium thanks to a roaring start and impressive game plan.
Few connected to City could have complained had Solskjaer's side added two goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in a fine first half that laid the foundation for a victory that secured more than just bragging rights.
The 2-1 win in the 179th Manchester derby moved United up to fifth and within five points of the Champions League spots after fourth-placed Chelsea fell to a surprise loss at embattled Everton.
"I think you need to look after your own results, don't look elsewhere, keep winning games," Maguire, the world's most expensive defender, said.
"We've won back-to-back games against Spurs and City. We've got another big game next week now.
"The top four is in sight but we just keep looking after our own results, keep trying to get the three points and keep improving."
United return to action on Thursday as they close their Europa League group campaign at home to AZ Alkmaar, when Solskjaer will want to keep his in-form attackers fresh ahead of next weekend's league clash with Everton.
The Reds had been hampered by their lack of cutting edge during the early months of the season, but the front three of Rashford, Martial and fleet-footed Daniel James showed they can scare any side on Saturday.
"Over the last month or so, I feel like as a defender I look at the forwards and think they're going to score goals," Maguire told MUTV.
"At the start of the season we didn't really score more than one goal in a game but now I think it's a few games on the spin where we're back to scoring goals.
"They're a big threat, they're top players, great talent and I think it's all coming together now.
"But, no, we're not getting carried away.
"It's a big three points, it's a special win, one for the fans, I'm really happy for them.
"We just keep moving up that table and keep chipping away."