Ander Herrera believes Manchester United can still finish in the top four despite lying sixth on the table with just two games to the conclusion of the season.
"We are going to fight for it. Of course at the moment it's in the hands of Chelsea but we still have six points to play for," Herrera told United's official website ahead of their trip away to relegated Huddersfield on Sunday.
"We are disappointed because we should have won at the weekend [against Chelsea]. We played good enough to win the game, but now we have two games to try to get it [a top-four finish].
"The Champions League is where this club should always be. That's why it's very, very important of course. Winning titles and playing in the Champions League is the history of this club."
The Spaniard has been linked with a summer move to Paris Saint-Germain after reportedly failing to agree on a new deal at United.