The Dutchman believes his side will definitely be up there next season.
Louis van Gaal’s side are on a fine run of form as the Premier League comes to a close, having won their last six games on the trot, which included victories over Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City.
The last of those wins was the 4-2 win over their fierce rivals City on Sunday afternoon, a result which put them just one point behind second placed Arsenal. It also led to suggestions they could win the title next year, but as far as Blind is convinced, a title challenge is a given.
"Manchester United is always a club that is fighting for the title so it's an easy answer," he said.
“You want to do better every time you play and if you see how we've done I think we've improved a lot. We're still improving and we really are one team and that's important.”
Saturday afternoon’s late kick-off sees United take on leaders Chelsea in what will prove to be a crucial fixture to determine where the title ends up.
While Jose Mourinho’s side look destined to win it, a loss to United would give the chasing pack a hope of catching up.
Blind though, says that he and his teammates will simply be focusing on their own game and treating each fixture like a final.
“We don't have to watch for Chelsea or anyone else,” he added.
“We have to focus on our own game. We have to look at ourselves. Every game is a final to the end and we have to believe in ourselves."