Manchester United star Scott McTominay says he and his teammates are targeting silverware to end their season on a high.
The Red Devils have come under fire this term for the style of football they have played and their consistency against smaller teams as they battle down in eighth in the Premier League.
But with the FA Cup and Europa League still in the offing, the young Scot is still hopeful of a successful end to the season.
Speaking from United’s training camp in Spain, he says: “It would be nice to come back and have a massive push with the rest of the boys to get into some finals, get some trophies under our belts and really set the bar for next season.
“All of the boys are fully focused on doing that and hopefully we can do it as well.”
To do that United must make up six points on the Premier League’s fourth-placed side – Chelsea – who they visit on Monday.
United also face Percy Tau’s Club Brugge in the last 32 of the Europa League later this month, while their next FA Cup assignment is a fifth-round tie at Wayne Rooney's second-tier Derby.
The 23-year-old has been out since Boxing Day with a knee injury and is hoping to play a part in all of those campaigns.
Of his recovery, the midfielder adds: “Yeah it has been going well.
“I want to be taking some part in the sessions towards the end of the week.
“So we are just going to do whatever we can to make sure I am back on the pitch as soon as possible.”
Meanwhile, new signing Odion Ighalo is available after being cleared of the coronavirus.