Manchester United wing-back Luke Shaw has welcomed their Europa League quarter finals opponent, Granada.
The two teams will clash in the quarterfinal next month.
Shaw told manutd.com: “I think now in the quarter-finals, any draw isn’t going to be easy. There’s obviously a reason why they’re there. We need to be cautious of them, we know it’s going to be a hard game but I think people will look at it like we’re the favourites.
“We just need to go in with confidence and belief that we can get through to the next round. I have no feelings towards why we can’t. Like I said, we need to be confident and ready but if we play our game, I’m sure we’ll go through.”
On winning the competition, Shaw also said: “Of course I was very happy and proud that the lads won it (in 2017) but it’s very different when you’re there but you’re not involved, you haven’t got the kit. Like I said, I was very happy for them but it’s also hard because you don’t feel as involved.
“Last season, as well, we got to the semis and I got that bad injury again that sort of ruled me out for the rest of the season and I missed out on that, on trying to help the team to reach the final then. Of course now, it’s a different scenario so hopefully I can stay fit and, like you said, I feel like I have unfinished business in this competition and it’s one I want to win personally.”