Manchester United could end the season as Europa League champions and Premier League runners-up – but that won’t be enough for Bruno Fernandes.
In an exclusive interview with talkSPORT, the Portuguese playmaker said a club of United’s stature must be challenging for every major honour as he outlined the hunger and ambition he has to help restore the club to their past glories.
“For us, it is about improving as a team,” he told White and Jordan, when asked what progress is for United.
“Of course we want to win trophies, we want to win everything we are included in. At the moment, we are not at that level this season.
“We have lost a lot of games. We have lost games we don’t expect to lose and have lost a lot of points at home and away our form is really, really different. I don’t remember if we have lost one game away in the league.
“We are improving and this season is not finished and we have a lot to do until the end of the season. Until it is not mathematically possible, you have to believe so when I see it is not possible to catch City, I will forget the league.
“It’s never a success when you win just one trophy at this club. In the past we have won a lot of trophies. It is always successful when you win something because it means you have done something good but, at the same time, it doesn’t matter how many trophies you win, you always have to improve.
“It doesn’t matter if this season we won four trophies, we would still need to improve. If this season we win just the Europa League, we still need to improve.
“It doesn’t matter how many trophies we win, we have to improve every season.”
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