Wayne Rooney wants silverware – ‘It’s been a few years since we won a trophy’

Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney is intent on winning silverware with the Red Devils this season.

United are still involved in the FA Cup and Europa League, and the 30-year-old is eager to finish a mini trophy-draught at Old Trafford.

“The important thing now, I feel, is to win trophies again this season,” he said.

“It’s been a few years since we won a trophy.

“This is more or less a new team so for ourselves, as a team, we need to win something. The fans want to see us win something again.”

“Obviously, the Champions League is massive for this club and it was disappointing to go out of it.”

“We’ll keep going in the league, keep trying. But our main aim has to be to make sure we can get in that top four.”

“And then the Europa League, it would be great if we can win that. It’s not where we wanted to be at the start of the season.”

“But it’s where we’ve found ourselves so why not go and try to win it.”

United’s last piece of silverware came in the form of the 2013 Premier League title.

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