Ashley Young is confident Manchester United will bounce back stronger next season after a disappointing campaign.
The Red Devils will endure another trophyless season and will also miss out on Champions League football next season after Saturday's 1-1 draw with relegated Huddersfield.
However, Young, 33, believes United will be a different team next season ready to challenge for honours.
“I've said for years our club should be talking about winning titles and winning trophies,“ Young told MUTV.
"We've done that in numerous years and for a club of our size, when you're talking about finishing top four, I think that's just a disappointment in itself.
“We haven't managed to get ourselves in the top four. We needed other teams to help us out and we needed to help ourselves and we haven't done that today.
“I think we need to go away, have a look at ourselves in the summer and come back fighting fit and ready to win titles and trophies.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing for a massive rebuilding in the summer with a number of first team stars including Ander Herrera, Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba linked with moves away from Old Trafford.