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The Red Devils ended the season without claiming a silverware but the defender is confident that his side will learn from the setback

Eric Bailly is backing Manchester United to return stronger next term following their unimpressive 2017-18 campaign.

Jose Mourinho’s men ended the term without a silverware after their 1-0 loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

Also, they were bundled out in the fifth round of the English League Cup by Championship side Bristol City and only made it to the round of 16 in the Champions League.

And, although, they finished second behind Premier League champions Manchester City, the 24-year-old is hoping the Old Trafford outfit will learn and bounce back to winning titles next season.

“We would have liked to have finished the season by winning the FA Cup,” Bailly posted on Instagram.

“Unfortunately, it was not to be. Nevertheless, we’ve wrapped up a season in which there were ups and downs.

“Now it's time to stop, to learn from this season, to rest, and to enjoy our families and friends so we can come back next season even stronger.

“We’re eager to set new goals and to see lots of smiles in the stands at Old Trafford next year.

“Thanks for the support you have given the entire team throughout the season. And especially, thank you very much for the love you have always shown me. Let’s go United!

“And good luck to my teammates who are playing in the World Cup!”