Gary Neville has won just about everything with eight Premier League titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups, two European Cups, the Intercontinental Cup and a FIFA World Club Cup, as well as winning 85 England caps.

But after adding to his impressive medal haul at Wembley, on Sunday, he revealed that it's the League Cup that has been one of the most important to the club in their quest for silverware.

Neville and his brother Phil, along with Paul Scholes, David Beckham and Nicky Butt were among several players blooded by the Premier League side in this competition; fast tracking their route to the first team and the rest as they say is history.

"This competition sometimes takes some stick but it's been fantastic to us over the last three or four years," said the 35-year-old "and we have really given our all in this competition."

"It's give a chance to our young players but also you could see a lot of experience out there today and it's one of the most important competitions for us. I think that we started winning the League three of four seasons ago and this was the start of it and it's given us the confidence to keep winning and today's win can hopefully lead us to better things this season and be the springboard for us.

Neville came through the ranks at Old Trafford and has made almost 600 appearances, including 24 in this competition, after replacing Rafael Da Silva on 66 minutes, and he was as happy as anyone come the final whistle:

"I have got great memories of this competition, I don't regard it as being anything but important. Every time I play in this competition, and I have played quite a lot in it, in the last two or three seasons and we have got to finals. I am proud to have the medal around my neck for the Carling Cup or the League Cup as I am any other. It's a great competition for us.

"I hope today can be the springboard for us to go on and get more. Obviously we have got more big competitions left so we are hoping that it can be a big boost for us today and it is nice to have one medal round your neck so early in the season."

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