This year, they will have to ensure that they bring back an aura of invincibility to Old Trafford and do not drop points, especially at home.
When Jose Mourinho's Manchester United won the Europa League, he instructed his team to celebrate by holding up three fingers to indicate the three trophies they had clinched - Community Shield, EFL Cup and the Europa League.
"I have conditions to deliver a better team than I did in the first season".
"We are much better organised at every level". The season is long, we can't wait. We are going to try to win the title.
Lindelof may have endured a hard opening period in a red shirt, and as a 23-year-old coming from a comparatively slower league we ought to be sympathetic towards that. He's not a young guy coming from another country.
"I don't think I am going to win it because I always win it in the second season".
His first season at United was a year of building - and now he is ready to get to the top again.
"In my other clubs what I had was more players scoring goals", he said.
The Hammers finished 11th in the Premier League a year ago, as they settled into their first campaign at the London Stadium, recovering well after a very shaky start at the new ground. "I am on fire".
United snatched the Everton striker Lukaku from under the noses of Premier League rivals Chelsea in one of the summer's biggest football stories and Crespo believes that the signing of the big Belgian will give United the edge they need to claim the title. Then I heard that he wanted to join United and could make it happen.
"It's not just for his qualities but my relationship with him". He's just turned 29 and he has five years' Premier League experience.
"I understand the reality of the market, of the numbers and that my club by doing 75 percent of what I initially asked did very well".
"I trust he is going to perform, so I think he is a fantastic signing".
"There are two different people with Mourinho".
He said: "To buy lots of good players is important".
Even so, Conte has done his best to get billionaire Blues owner Roman Abramovich to throw his financial muscle behind Chelsea's title defence. That is normal but not enough, ' he stresses.
"I think every one of us is equipped to win the title".
"I don't think I'm in a position of crying, moaning, protesting".
Arsenal is also looking to retain the core of its team as it looks to return to the top four. Yes, I thought that.