Ten Hag Hopes To End Man Utd's Trophy Drought

By Chimezie Nebolisa

Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag has vowed to end club's trophy drought ahead of their League Cup semifinal against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday.

United have not won any silverware since the League Cup and Europa League in 2017, when Jose Mourinho was in charge at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have reached at least the semifinal stage of various competitions on six occasions since then, losing the 2018 FA Cup final and 2021 Europa League final.

Speaking in a press conference, Ten Hag said: "It's the best feeling you can have winning a trophy. I had the luck in my career to win some trophies and it's magnificent, especially for the fans. It's so great and I think the fans here have some experience, especially the older ones. But now it is a period Manchester United didn't win trophies and it is too long ago. We are aware of that fact and we have to do everything to bring a trophy in."

United hope are looking to get back to winning ways in the first leg of the tie at Forest's City Ground after two frustrating Premier League trips to London.