"It's definitely better to be a good league team than a good cup team. It shows consistency. The cup could be down to a lucky draw and might not show the value of your team like the league does. But there's a special excitement in the cup: either my team or your team are going to go through to the next round. That's why I'd love to win it. We've been close, in a final, and I've been so hungry to win it from the day I arrived here," he told the Daily Mail.