Manchester United have endured a difficult season, failing to build on the third placed finish and trophy of last season, with us currently sitting in 7th place in the table.

Andre Onana has spoken to the club’s official site about the need for us to end the season on a high, specifically at Wembley when we take on Manchester City in the FA Cup final.

The whole season has been a difficult season for all of us, as an individual, as a group. But we always have to stay positive because I don’t think we lost the place in Europe against Burnley and we all have to take responsibility; I start with myself, always.

It has been a difficult season. If you put everything on the table, you can speak about a lot of things, like injuries, players, about bad luck. But we are Manchester United, we are such a big club, so we cannot talk about that. We have to stay positive. The game last week is gone. [Be] positive, and if the season is not the best one, I’m sure the coming one will be better.

I don’t think my team-mates are happy with the situation we are facing because I know them, they are all winners, and everyone wants to win. When we started the season, we were speaking in the dressing room about fighting for every single title. But things happen in life and we have to deal with [this] situation. But now we have a beautiful final to play, we have another few games to play. We’ll go for it and end with the dignity.