Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan has issued a rallying cry to the squad ahead of the Europa League final against Villarreal later this month.
United have two Premier League fixtures remaining this season, against Fulham and Wolves, and have already secured a top-four finish.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have one big challenge to overcome before the campaign draws to a close though, as they’re set to travel to Gdansk for the Europa League final.
United are firm favourites for the clash against Unai Emery’s side but cannot take anything for granted on such a big occasion.
Phelan has experience of European glory with United himself and used the 30th anniversary of the club’s Cup Winners’ Cup victory as a rallying cry for the squad.
“30 years ago today and now I sit here with yet another Manchester United team with the opportunity to take European silverware and commence their own legacy,” he posted on Twitter.
“Manchester United time to focus and end the season on a high work to be done.”
While United already have a spot in the Champions League next season secure, victory could provide a huge boost in the group-stage draw as the Europa League winners will be seeded.
That would see Solskjaer’s side avoid the likes of Bayern Munich and Inter Milan, as well as the eventual victors of La Liga and Ligue 1.
United’s Europa League final is set for Wednesday, May 26th with kick-off taking place at 8:00pm.