Erik ten Hag: Man Utd boss will 'do everything' to end club's trophy drought which has gone on 'too long'
Erik ten Hag says Manchester United's trophy drought has gone on "too long" and insists he will "do everything" to bring silverware back to the club.
United are on their longest run without a major honour in 40 years having last tasted success in 2017, but this season's Carabao Cup gives them an opportunity to change that.
Ten Hag's side travel to the City Ground to take on Nottingham Forest in their semi-final first leg on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports, with the Dutchman looking to take a step closer to adding to the six trophies he won with Ajax.
"It's the best feeling you can have, winning a trophy," the United manager said.
"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."
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