“Hunger is even greater to win trophies”: Simon Mignolet supports former club Liverpool to replicate the glory years of Manchester United
- Liverpool can go 25 points clear by beating Norwich
- Simon Mignolet believes that title winning can be a precursor to domestic dominance
- The Belgian goalkeeper left Liverpool for Club Brugge last summer
Simon Mignolet expects former club Liverpool this season to turn the Premier League glory into a new era of dominance.
The former team of the Belgian goalkeeper can move 25 points away from Manchester City this weekend in a stunning campaign in which he has won 24 of 25 league games.
And Mignolet, who has spent six years at Anfield, believes his former party can mimic the era of Manchester United from the 1990s.
Simon Mignolet has supported the former club Liverpool to enjoy an era of dominance
Liverpool scores 22 points free in the competition after winning 24 of their 25 games
“They are still a relatively young team. It started when I was still there and only went in one direction, “he said The mirror.
“Last season we won the Champions League and winning that first trophy was very important for the dressing room.
‘Once you have that in the bag, you build on it. The hunger is even greater to win trophies and you want to grab the next one.
Mignolet will meet Manchester United in the Europa League for Club Brugge next week
“The stability is there and, if you have so much quality, with Sadio, Mo and Roberto, you are incredibly strong.”
The 31-year-old made 204 appearances for Liverpool after joining Sunderland in 2013.
He moved to Club Brugge in 2019 and will compete against United in the last 32 of the Europa League next week.
Mignolet spent six years in Liverpool and won the Champions League there last season