Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay hopes that he can help Manchester United win a silverware before the end of the season.
McTominay has been out action since Boxing Day due to injury but joined his teammates in their warm-weather trip in Spain even though he and defender Axel Tuanzebe are doing their work away from the group.
The 23-year-old sight will be a welcome boost for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and said all was going well with his recovery process.
“It has been going well. Obviously, it is never nice watching football matches when you have been playing, you want to be involved and you want to be helping the team as well.
“It is difficult, you know, but you have to find your way through it mentally more than physically sometimes. It is challenging, obviously, from my first proper injury,” he said.
Asked about the possibility of United winning a trophy this season, the midfielder said: “Yeah, that is what I was just saying to some of the physios.
“It would be nice to come back and have a massive, 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, set a bar that we don’t step underneath. All of the boys are fully focused on doing that and hopefully, we can do it as well.”
United face Derby in the FA Cup fifth round and Club Brugge in the Europa League last-32 over the coming weeks, while they will look to get their top-four tilt back on track against Chelsea after the winter break.
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