Ander Herrera says winning the FA Cup would be a squad effort from Manchester United and not just a reward for the individuals on duty at Wembley.
The Reds have progressed all the way to Saturday’s final against Crystal Palace with everybody playing their part, and the Spanish midfielder feels there is something special at the club, driving the team on to success even in time of adversity.
Speaking to MUTV, Herrera said: “I am a little bit superstitious. I don’t want to think about winning, out of respect to our opponents, but if we win, it’s going to be from everyone, not just the 11 or 14 players in tomorrow’s game.”
“It has not been an easy season and we have had some tough moments, but we have to be together and laugh together because it’s the best way to achieve things and we know we have a massive number of fans behind us, the support is great.”
“What I want to say is this club has something special. Even in transitional moments we can still win a trophy. The FA Cup is one of the most important trophies in the world; we will have to fight for it.”
“If we want to be the best Manchester United again, the best way to do it is by winning this trophy. It would be fantastic.”