Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes says he'll always put trophies ahead of individual awards.
Fernandes insists he'd always take team success first.
"For me, the most important will always be the team," he told manutd.com. "Obviously, as a player, you want to have good numbers. I want to score goals and want to have assists. That is obvious.
"No player can say they don't care about scoring goals or doing assists but I want to do that together with a good result. If we don't get both, I will never be happy, I prefer to have a win than a goal or assist. This is part of football and we play a team sport so it has to be that.
"If not, I like to play tennis or whatever so I can play myself and by my numbers. For me, the most important is doing my best for the team. If I don't score for as many games and we always get the three points, I will be happy anyway."
Fernandes has already won the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award twice in his time in Manchester and there is no greater testament to his contribution.
“Of course, I think it's always important to win individual trophies," he said. "As a player, you always want to win the team trophies, the ones that count really, but obviously individual ones, for us, it's really important to have these kind of trophies to lift you up. It gives you confidence, to keep working hard, keep fighting and understand much more will surely come to you. You have to keep your way, the best way you can. I think, if you get that kind of credit, you have to know that the expectations on you will be higher and higher every day."