Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful of lifting the Europa League this season.
United play the first leg of the last-32 away to Belgian side Club Brugge on Thursday night, and the Norwegian feels his young side can get the job done.
Speaking ahead of the tie, the Norwegian further spoke highly of his young team, saying they are up to the challenge.
"These boys are brilliant. They're young, they're fresh, they recover quickly and they're up for it," he said.
He added: "We dream about winning this tournament."
The Red Devils go into the match on the back of a 2-0 win away to Chelsea in the Premier League on Monday night.
Solskjaer made a number of changes to his side for the tie, with the likes of Victor Lindelof Diogo Dalto and Sergio Romero all starting.
"Victor has travelled with us. Scotty hasn’t made the squad yet. Mason hasn’t traveled, he didn’t feel well. Apart from that, it’s more or less the same squad as Monday.”
United will hope to continue with their impressive form in Europe, where they only conceded in the last match against Astana.
They, however, face a more formidable opponent in Brugge, who dropped from the Champions League.
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