David de Gea has admitted that Manchester United must do more to win trophies after their stalemate with Chelsea.
United lost more ground on Premier League leaders Manchester City after being held to a 0-0 draw by the Blues at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are now 12 points off the pace in second, with De Gea sceptical about their chances of picking up major silverware come May.
“I think that the draw is fine, but if we want to do something good and we want to win trophies and win the league, we have to beat these teams,” the Spanish goalkeeper told MUTV.
“We didn’t have many chances; we didn’t create too much. I think the last pass was what we missed. We created good counterattacks, but at the end, the last pass wasn’t the best option, but at least we defended really well.
“They [Chelsea] didn’t have many chances. They had a couple of chances, but the team was strong. We gave everything but it wasn’t enough, to be honest.”