Erik ten Hag urged Manchester United to use their League Cup final victory against Newcastle on Sunday as a springboard for sustained success, reports AFP. United clinched their first major trophy for six years as Casemiro's header and an own goal from Sven Botman sealed their mature 2-0 win at Wembley. Ten Hag's first season as United manager has proved transformative for a club in turmoil when he arrived from Ajax last year. The Dutch coach has steered United to third place in the Premier League, and they remain in contention to add the FA Cup and Europa League to the first trophy of his reign. United's composed performance against a
Newcastle team desperate to win their club's first trophy for 54 years showed the impact Ten Hag has made. But the demanding Ten Hag has no intention of letting his players rest on their laurels. "Silverware shows
direction," Ten Hag said. "We have to continue on this pathway and not be satisfied, because satisfaction leads to laziness and then you don't win any trophies." United haven't won the Premier League since Alex Ferguson's final season in 2013.