Marcus Rashford is determined to help Manchester United get “over the line” and win trophies in 2021, with the Red Devils ready to complete their “long journey” back to major silverware.
Jose Mourinho was the last man to deliver tangible success at Old Trafford, with the Europa League triumph completing his debut campaign at the helm in 2017.
The Portuguese failed to build on that platform, leading to the reins eventually being passed to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He guided United to three semi-finals last season, only to come unstuck on each occasion.
Righting those wrongs is a top priority in the current campaign with the Red Devils back in the last four of the Carabao Cup, and Rashford has his sights set on more medals.
The England international forward has told United’s official website:
“The platform has been there for a while and in this last year we’ve taken greater steps forward which is obviously a positive for us.
“We missed out on winning some trophies, losing in the semi-finals and that’s what we need to correct in the coming year and make sure we get over the line and win trophies.
“That’s the next thing for us to do as a team then it’s about doing it consistently and being able to repeat it back-to-back which is more difficult than getting it the first time.
“We’ve still got a long journey ahead of us, but at the moment we’re in a good place and we’re concentrating on ourselves and our team and just trying to improve ourselves in each game.”