Memphis Depay
Memphis Depay has admitted that his goal is to win multiple trophies during his time at Manchester UnitedGetty Images

Manchester United's first summer signing Memphis Depay, who arrived from PSV Eindhoven, has revealed that his goal is to win many trophies with the Red Devils.

The Dutch forward's signing was confirmed by both clubs on Thursday, 7 May and the player admitted that it was a dream come true to play for the Old Trafford club and a privilege to be playing under Louis van Gaal, the person, who gave him his debut for the Netherlands team.

Depay was impressive for the Eredivisie club this season, leading them to their first title in six years and he led from the front with 21 goals in 28 appearances in the league.

"I always say; Dream, Believe, Achieve," Depay wrote on Instagram.

"I was dreaming and believing of becoming the champions of the Eredivisie with PSV and we achieved it. I'm extremely grateful towards PSV, all the fans."

"Now it's time to set my goals again on winning trophies with Manchester United," United's first summer signing added.

Van Gaal will be delighted with the capture of the PSV star, as he was desperate to add more fire power to his forward line, which has been struggling to find the back of the net in recent weeks.

Meanwhile, former United and PSV defender Jaap Stam has sung praises of the young Dutchman and believes he is the perfect kind of player that United needed in their squad.

The former Netherlands international believes that Depay will flourish at United as the side likes to play attacking football and is confident that he will improve under the guidance of Van Gaal.

"He's a quality player. United always want to attack and the club always has an interest in players that have a lot of pace and who can also play the one-vs-ones and create something or score goals. Memphis is that type of player," Stam told United's official site.

"He doesn't pay a lot of attention to what people say in the press, he does his own thing and is very focused on his own thing. Of course, he is a team player and that's what you need to be at United, but he has his own qualities and he knows that."

"He's proven that in Holland for a couple of seasons now and also with the national team and I think it's a good step for him to join United now, and also work with Louis van Gaal because he knows him very well of course," he added.