Greenwood Revealed he celebrated Manchester United last Europa League trophy in my parents' living room

Greenwood Revealed he celebrated Manchester United last Europa League trophy in my parents' living room

Greenwood has enjoyed a fantastic breakthrough this season and is in line to start against Copenhagen.

"That’s every young boy’s dream in the academy: to get to the first team and be a regular at United," Greenwood admitted.

Mason Greenwood was asked about Manchester United's last Europa League triumph in 2017 and he told the Daily Mirror: "Yeah, I remember. It was a good game.

"I was at home watching it with my parents and obviously we celebrated when we won. To have the chance to play in it myself and win it myself, I can make that dream come true.

"When you see the other players doing it, you’re thinking in the academy ‘Why can’t I do it?’

"That’s every young boy’s dream in the academy: to get to the first team and be a regular at United. It’s the best thing you can do at this club.

"I’m doing it now and I’ve just got to keep staying level-headed and carry on working hard because I’ve got a long way to go yet.

"You can always get better, you can always go the extra mile. There’s no stopping, you can always be a better player. At this club, you’ve got some of the best players in the world, so that speaks for itself."

Greenwood is just 18 and yet, he's not only broken into the first team in style but has kept the momentum going by scoring some wonder strikes.

AIn fact, he's in line to start the upcoming quarter-final against Copenhagen in the Europa League.

He was recently declared our Player of The Month for July and that speaks volumes of how far he's come.
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