Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has revealed that he dreams of winning the FA Cup this season.
The 29-year-old has won a host of major honours since joining the Red Devils in 2004 - including the Champions League and multiple Premier League titles - but the FA Cup has, to date, eluded him.
Rooney came closest to winning the trophy in 2005, but Manchester United lost out to Arsenal in Cardiff on penalties, despite dominating the match.
Rooney reveals FA Cup dream
Almost nine years of from that near miss at the Millennium Stadium, ahead of Friday night's FA Cup fourth round clash against League Two outfit Cambridge United, Rooney admits he would love to win the oldest domestic football competition in the world.
The England skipper told his official Facebook page: "When I was little I dreamt of winning the FA Cup, but still haven't achieved it… hopefully this is our year!"
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Manchester United are currently the joint-most successful club in the history of the FA Cup, alongside Arsenal, having won the prestigious trophy on 11 occasions.
But it's now 11 years since their previous FA Cup triumph. Five months before Rooney left Everton for Manchester United, the Red Devils recorded a convincing 3-0 win over Millwall.