Tom Cleverley claims pocketing his first Premier League winner’s medal with Manchester United has just made him hungry for more.
Cleverley says he will never forget the whole experience of being presented with the trophy at Old Trafford and then taking part in the open-top bus parade through Manchester.
The England midfielder, , claims this has just whetted his appetite to enjoy more success with United.
"Having that first title medal under your belt means a lot," Cleverley told the new issue of Inside United.
"It’s a relief to get the first medal, but it also makes you determined to win more. Experiencing that victory parade is something you want to do again and again and again.
"It was a very special day, which I’ll never forget, but I don’t just want that to happen once – I want it to happen many times. We’ve got that taste now and it makes us even hungrier.
"You see that in training every day. It’s always competitive. It can put you in a bad mood if you lose in training.
"It’s the most competitive training around, which makes it intense, sharp and helps you improve."
Danny Welbeck, , was as delighted as Cleverley to reclaim the title from Manchester City last season, but says his focus is on this season.
The England striker says United cannot wallow in last season’s triumph when they face such a stiff challenge from their rivals to hang on to their crown – which would be first ever trophy.
"It was a great achievement for everyone last season, but that’s in the past," he said.
"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.
"Everyone just always wants to win. 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."