"If we go through to the quarter-finals, it doesn't matter the opponent, it will always be one of the big names in European football, but we'll try".
Ander Herrera would happily concede the Premier League title to Manchester City in exchange for Champions League glory at Manchester United.
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"I don't know", he said of Pogba's availability to face Sevilla.
Conceding defeat in pursuit of that prize is not easy for United, but Jose Mourinho's side do have other avenues to silverware open to them.
When asked if he expected Mourinho to play for a point despite the fact that United will be at home, Lovren said: "I think so". It's something you have to accept.
"We are reaching an important time in the season, the key moment, and the team needs total concentration on the pitch to achieve our goals".
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"So that's pretty much where I'm at, which is fine". It's kind of been sorted out.
"But, yeah, it's looking likely".
"I told him "central defender" and after the third goal he was playing in a back five with [Chris] Smalling and [Victor] Lindelof because I couldn't make any more changes". "I don't know. We don't know yet, but he (Pogba) trained a little bit after you left".
"Probably you are not expecting my answer - I'm happy with the decision", Mourinho told United Kingdom newspapers.
"I got back fit and I wanted to finish on my own terms really".
"So imagine if we were knocked out - it would be considered a disaster, but for me it would be a disappointment". The start of the month saw the Reds come from behind to defeat defending Premier League champions Chelsea at home in a 2-1 win.
The La Liga side were still wasteful with their finishing for the most of the game, barring one bullet header from Luis Muriel from four yards which required the world-class reflexes from David de Gea to keep United level.