Manchester United centre-back Eric Bailly is desperate to add to the three trophies he won with the club during the 2016-2017 season by experiencing further European glory this year.
Bailly was part of the Red Devils team that won the Community Shield, League Cup and Europa League under Jose Mourinho, although the Ivorian was forced to sit out of the Europa League final win against Ajax through suspension.
United drew the first leg of their last-32 tie against Club Bruges 1-1 in Belgium, and host the second leg at Old Trafford on Thursday night.
And speaking to United Review , Bailly said he sees no reason why they can't go all the way to the final this year.
"First of all, nothing is impossible at Manchester United ," he said. "It would be brilliant if this time we were able to go all the way and I was part of the team in the final. That's what I'm working towards.
"Manchester United is a club that is used to being in the Champions League year after year, but the Europa League is a competition that not every team gets to be in, so it's something we're working hard in. Two or three seasons ago we were fortunate enough to go all the way and win it."
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