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Wayne Rooney determined to fulfill "childhood dream"


Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney says he is determined to fulfill his childhood dream of winning the FA Cup.

The Englishman has never won an FA Cup winner's medal and is looking forward to Monday's clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford.

"We have an FA Cup quarter-final against Arsenal on Monday and that is massive for us," Rooney told the club's official website.

"We haven't been to a final for a few years, we want to try to win that game and we are looking forward to that.

"Of course, I think it is a massive trophy.

"It is a trophy that, growing up as a youngster, I used to love watching and I was fortunate enough to see Everton lift the FA Cup in 1995 when I was nine years old.

"It is something which I would love to do and hopefully it can be this year."

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