Scott McTominay has revealed he is not so keen on winning individual awards at Manchester United.
In a Q&A on the official website, he was asked about his biggest achievements at the club so far.
He said: “There are individual awards which you’ve won, Player of the Month awards and things like that, and scoring goals.
“I’d probably say the individual Player of the Month awards, or the Manager’s Player of the Year award, but for me, while the individual ones are important, they’re not as important as a collective – if I’d won a trophy last year, or the year before, that would be first on the list, 100 per cent.
“When we lost in the FA Cup final [in 2018], even though I didn’t start the final, I was gutted. I couldn’t believe it. I was dying for that feeling of winning a trophy.
“For me, you shouldn’t rest in your career until you get to a point where you’re winning trophy after trophy. For everyone at Manchester United, that has to be the aim.”
McTominay has had a good season with the club this season, scoring 5 goals.