Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has welcomed new manager Jose Mourinho to Old Trafford.
The Spain international believes that the Portuguese tactician is a 'winner' and can help make a 'great team' at the Theatre of Dreams.
In fact, with speculation surrounding De Gea's future once again surfacing, he's insisted that it's his desire to win more titles at the club.
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The shot-stopper came close to completing a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid last summer before putting pen to paper on a new four-year deal in Manchester.
And now, with Mourinho at the helm, it appears that he's determined to lead the club to glory over the coming years.
De Gea wants more titles
"Talk about Jose Mourinho and you're talking about a winner," De Gea told MARCA."Winning is United's, Jose's and my philosophy. We can make a great team and I welcome him.
"People talk a lot and they know little," the keeper continued. "I know how all this works, but what I think is disrespectful is when people start making out that it's something I have said.
"I've got three more years on my contract with United and the desire to win more titles here.
"When it comes to United, if you don't win everything, it's not good enough," admitted De Gea. "This FA Cup is important for the club, it's important for the fans, and it's an important step towards winning major titles again."
It's safe to say, then, that De Gea will once again play a key role at Old Trafford in the 2016/17 campaign.
Incredibly, the Red Devils' No.1 has racked up the club's last three Player of the Year awards and there's no reason why that trend won't continue once again next season.
Of course, Manchester United fans will be hoping to see their outfield players step up, but there's no denying the fact that the club are blessed with one of the best goalkeepers in world football.
They also have one of the best managers in the game in Mourinho, so the ingredients are quite clearly there for the club to get back on track next season. After winning the FA Cup last term, United have to set their sights on returning to the summit of England's elite division?
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