Manchester United have a maximum of two games left to play this season.
The domestic season is over with third place in the bag, a ticket back into the Champions League and plenty of reasons to believe we’ll have a better campaign next term.
But before focusing on next season we should be trying to win the Europa League.
In the semi-finals against Sevilla, a team well represented in the competition over the last decade, United are expected to be met by tough opposition.
Assistant coach Mike Phelan is in no doubt what United must do.
“It’s very important to show, at the end of the season, all the hard work you’ve put into it and that is usually done with silverware,” Phelan told MUTV, as cited by the Daily Mail.
“We feel as though we’ve come a long way in a short space of time and I think everything is developing in the direction we want it to and that’s really good from our point of view.
“We feel as though we had a lot of work go do and the time we had to do it in, and we feel as though we’re in front of that a little bit.
“You need to show something, which is a trophy at the end of a season if you possibly can. But I think we’re on the right track.”