Manchester United finished a disappointing sixth in the Premier League this year, 24 points behind champions Chelsea. We know we've got the players capable of winning the league but it didn't happen - we've had to play through the Europa League to get to the Champions League.
Jones feels it bodes well for next season as they look to compete on every front and he insists they won't fear any opposition they may face in the Champions League or domestically.
Phil Jones has stressed Manchester United are not scared of anyone and believes they have what it takes to challenge for Premier League glory next season.
It means United are one of five English teams set to feature in the Champions League in 2017/18, qualifying for the tournament via the more hard, yet more satisfying process of winning the Europa League.
"I want more, of course, but I'm happy and proud of what we have done along the way".
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Quist blamed a botched gallbladder strategy when confronted with a series of attacks that he had unpaid property taxes and debts. Steve Bullock, who defeated Gianforte in last year's gubernatorial race, issued a sharp rebuke against his former opponent.
In fairness, the Portuguese had the right to complain about how the Red Devils' fixture list had been set out.
"There have been a lot of positives this season; the manager has got us well drilled and if we take that into next season with more goals and turning draws into wins, I don't see why we can't be challenging for the title".
Having suggested there was a "six out of 10" chance of moving to Old Trafford prior to that European final, Antoine Griezmann is now Betfair Sportsbook's even odds (2.00) favourite to become Jose Mourinho's next signing.
Playing 64 matches in one season was certainly hard and it's an experience the players are unlikely to repeat next term, unless there's a "quadruple" on the cards.