Luke Shaw is hoping that Manchester United can challenge for the big honours next season with new arrivals through the door. Sign up for our daily newsletter to get the day’s biggest stories sent direct to your inbox Luke Shaw says he is anticipating “big signings” to come through the door at Old Trafford this summer. Manchester United are targeting Harry Kane in their hunt for a prolific goalscorer while a world-class young midfielder is also on the agenda, with the likes of Mason Mount and Declan Rice being linked in recent weeks. A draw with Chelsea on Thursday will secure United’s place back in the Champions League next season ahead of the FA Cup final on June 3, with the League Cup already in the trophy cabinet. Fans hope United can challenge for the league title and put together a decent run in Europe next season. Shaw shares that ambition and says several big early signings from Erik ten Hag ahead of pre-season would help towards that goal. “Like I said before, we have to be challenging for the title with this team,” he told Sky Sports. “With the direction this manager is going under, I’m sure we’re going to make new signings, big signings this summer. “So hopefully we can get them done as quickly as possible so they’re in for pre-season. Our aim for next season has to be winning the Premier League and the Champions League. That’s how we have to think from now on.” Shaw said Ten Hag has brought a new way of thinking since his arrival, noting the increase in intensity. He believes United are better for it and that rivals will have noticed the club’s resurgence under the Dutchman. Shaw added: “I think teams around us can definitely see that United are coming back. First season under the new manager, there’s always going to be a bit of transition. It’s clear to see what he has brought in and how he’s changed the way we think, the way we play. “I think he wants to bring a lot of intensity. Everything he wants the team to do is high intensity, he wants us to be aggressive, on the front foot, pressing as high as possible. “But also with the ball I think he’s made us better. I think we’re definitely more of a threat now when we’re on the ball. It’s clear to see we’re going in the right direction.”