Manchester United booked their place in the League Cup final following our 3-2 aggregate win over Hull on Thursday night.

United didn’t play well and lost their unbeaten record which spanned almost three months. Still, we’re going to Wembley for the second final in nine months, which is a great achievement, but the reaction of our players spoke volumes to wear we are at the moment.

Michael Carrick was interviewed after the game and if you didn’t know better you’d think that Hull had knocked United out. He looked gutted. Not content with reaching another final, Carrick was frustrated with the way they had played.

We’re disappointed with the way we played. It’s a strange feeling because we wanted to keep our run going and we didn’t play well at all, really. Of course, we’re delighted to be there but it’s a strange feeling.

We expected a tough game, we expected them to come at us because they had to. We didn’t play well and we’re disappointed to lose the game. We don’t like losing. Obviously, we have got the final and we’re delighted to be there but we’re disappointed.

United still face a long road back to be where we were but under Jose Mourinho we are showing signs of coming getting back.