Danny Welbeck: Man United can’t afford to dwell on the past
Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck says the Red Devils can't afford to dwell on past successes
Danny Welbeck says Manchester United can’t afford to dwell on past successes and must create some more history under David Moyes.
The Red Devils manager replaced club legend Sir Alex Ferguson earlier this summer after the 71-year-old Scot led the Red Devils to their 13th Premier League title.
Welbeck, who has won the top-flight crown and the League Cup at Old Trafford, has already scored two goals in three league games for the Red Devils this season.
“Everyone just always wants to win, as Tom says,” Welbeck told United’s website.
“No matter what situation or what game we’re playing, whether it be a match or a five-a-side in training or even a possession exercise, you always want to win.
“It’s always been like that here and always will be.
“It was a great achievement for everyone last season, but that’s in the past.
“Now it’s down to the players, the manager and everyone at the club to knuckle down and try to create some more history.
“You can’t dwell on the past, you’ve always got to move on and try to win more trophies.”