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United ace aims for a full house this season

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When playing for Manchester United, the most decorated team in English league history, it's natural that you're aiming for big things, but for Wayne Rooney only four trophies will satisfy his burning ambition this season.

Despite having won four league titles, two League Cups and the European Cup once, Rooney is far from content is looking to add four more medals to his collection.

United begin their campaign this weekend when they face Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley, an ideal start to the season according to the England striker.

“Playing City in the Community Shield is the best way to start – you couldn’t get better motivation to start the season with a bang,” he said.

“I hadn’t even thought about it until I turned on the telly the other night and someone was talking about potentially the best Community Shield ever.

“It’s a great way to start the season, knowing that at the end of the hard work, before the games begin, there’s a Manchester derby and the chance to hit the season hard.”


 

The signings of Ashley Young, David De Gea and Phil Jones has given United fans reason to believe they could stretch their title victories to 13 this season, but Rooney isn't ready to stop there.

“When you talk about goals for the season at Manchester United, it is pretty simple," he added.

“We want to win the league and the Champions League - and both the cups. When you’re at a club like Man United, you pretty much know what the goals are. Honestly, it’s pretty simple.

“Obviously, sometimes you fall short of that, but at Man United you’ve got to keep striving for it, and we all know that.”

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