Neville: 'It Would Be Failure ..'
United skipper Gary Neville says he would regard the end of his playing career a 'failure' if he didn't lift the Premiership as Red Devils skipper.
Neville lifted his first trophy as captain on Sunday when he led United to Carling Cup victory at the Millennium Stadium. But he knows the domestic cup that matters most to United fans.
Neville: 'If I stay here for three, four or five more years and United did not win more leagues, I would definitely have to say that the end of my career was a failure.
'This club has got to win trophies and I would be seriously disappointed if we weren't to add more league medals to our collections.
'I would feel that I had not quite achieved everything I want to in my career.'
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