that could inspire him in the next FA Cup clash with Fulham this weekend.
"Playing at Wembley is one of the best feelings of my career," Tom told United Review. "I've been lucky to have played there five or six times now, but I always want more."
If Cleverley can help United to see off Fulham and eventually reach the final after three further rounds, he'd be emulating a player he watched as a boy and now plays alongside as a man.
"The FA Cup memory that sticks out from when I was growing up has got to be Ryan Giggs' goal against Arsenal," said Tom. "I can't recall everything about the FA Cup run that year , because I was only nine years old, but I remember that game well. United were down to 10 men, Beckham scored and then Giggsy got that unbelievable winner."
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"United haven't won the FA Cup for quite a while now. The last time was in 2004 and it's definitely a trophy I want to win. It means a lot."
- Tom Cleverley