Manchester United's win over Wolverhampton Wanderers means the Red Devils will finish 2020 second in the Premier League table after an exceptionally improved year which has seen Bruno Fernandes transform the club's fortune and help them return to one of England's very best.
In this calendar year, United also sit second in the Premier League table of 2020 behind their arch-rivals Liverpool, but there are no two ways about it now: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is building something and we need to take note.
Also, as well as Fernandes' phenomenal statistics of 43 goal involvements in 46 games since joining in January, the club have also seen their defence move from their worst-ever Premier League record set in 2018/19, to moving up to the third-best defence in the league with the addition of Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka the following campaign.
Now, with the ultimate showdown at Anfield in three weeks, just as Manchester City build some form for the first time this season, what do United need to actually compete for the 2020/21 title? Because it's pretty simple right now: this is title-competing form from the Old Trafford crew.