De Gea ready to fight for FA Cup title till the end

De Gea ready to fight for FA Cup title till the end

Submitted by alvin on Sat, 2016-05-21 15:43 Johannesburg: Manchester United goalkeeperDavid de Gea believes that the FA Cup victory could cap off their roller-coaster season on an emphatic note and insisted that they are ready to fight till the end to achieve the prestigious silverware. United have not added any trophy in their shelf since former manager Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement in 2013. United have had an topsy-turvy season, with the Old Trafford club making an early exit from the Champions League and finished the Premier League at a disappointing fifth. Louis van Gaal's side, however, stormed into the FA Cup finals after hammering Everton 2-1 in their semi-final clash at the Wembley Stadium last month. Commenting on their crucial clash, De Gea admitted that his side had a disappointing season, but insisted that they are determined to win the FA Cup this year. The goalkeeper, who was named the club's Player of the Year for the third consecutive time, insisted that ending the season with a title would boost their confidence and motivate them to achieve great things in future, Sport24 reported. However, De Gea believes it was personally his best season so far, pointing out that he has been in great shape both mentally and physically throughout the season. United will aim to end their long title drought when they take on Crystal Palace on summit showdown at Wembley stadium on Saturday. (ANI)