John McGinn scored Aston Villas fourth goal in a 4-1 win over AZ Alkmaar in Group E in OctoberAston Villa captain John McGinn said his side want to “write our names in the history books” by ending the clubs long wait for a trophy this season.
McGinns team face AZ Alkmaar on Thursday in the Europa Conference League when a win leave them well placd to reach the knockout stage.
Villas last trophy was the 1996 League Cup, 27 years ago.”Hopefully at the end of the season we can be proud of something weve done,” said McGinn.
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“We have three opportunities [Premier League, FA Cup and Europa Conference League] to break that spell of Aston Villa teams not having any silverware.
“We are embracing the Conference League. We know we are one of the biggest teams in the competition but that doesnt mean we can just turn up.”
After two wins and one defeat, Unai Emerys Villa are second in Group E and need two more victories from their final three group matches to guarantee reaching the knockout stages.
The West Midlands club missed out on a chance to go third in the Premier League last weekend, losing to Nottingham Forest
to end a six-match unbeaten run.Right-back Matty Cash was substituted with a shoulder injury in Sundays 2-0 defeat but is likely to be fit for Thursdays match against Dutch side Alkmaar at Villa Park.
Emiliano Buendia and Tyrone Mings are both sidelined with knee injuries, while Jacob Ramsey and Jhon Duran are also out with foot and toe injuries respectively.