Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea is "enthusiastic to win titles" at the club alongside new manager Jose Mourinho.
The Spaniard has been again linked with a possible move away from Old Trafford but he rubbished the rumours as he confirmed that he will be a United player next season.
"To speak of Jose Mourinho is to talk about a winning coach and that is United's philosophy and mine," De Gea told Marca.
"With that idea in mind, I'm certain we can build a great team. I welcome him.
"When you speak of United, nothing is enough if you don't win every title.
"Not qualifying to the Champions League was a big blow but we have won the FA Cup after 12 years, and after three years without lifting a trophy.
"We must value this, because it's a very important trophy for the fans. This FA Cup should be the launchpad for the club to win important titles.
"There's a lot of talk but little is known [about my future], I understand how things work but what I feel is disrespectful is for someone to speak on my behalf.
"I have three further years left on my contract with United and I'm enthusiastic to win titles there."