The Red Devils surpassed the mark they shared with Liverpool when they overcame all before them last season to clinch yet another English trophy.
But the French left-back has insisted that the club is not about to rest on their laurels, saying that people should expect more silverware to head towards Old Trafford.
"I remember some saying earlier in the season that it was the end of the empire," he told Inside United.
"We weren't as consistent as previous seasons, but no team showed consistency throughout the season. The problem for us was our away form. I just don't understand why we didn't win more games away from home, or played the same way as we did at Old Trafford
"Our aim every year is to win the league and we won't stop here.
"Every time you'd go to a restaurant or walk down the street this season, the fans would talk about the 19th title. But I want to say to them now: we're not finished yet. This is just the beginning. I know Manchester United can win more titles and we have to keep doing that."