You know the story with Lukaku.
"And when I win nothing, I say winning is not important!" he jokingly added.
Mourinho will go head to head with his former club Chelsea, in hope of winning the trophy for the 13th time in United's history.
Lukaku - United's top scorer with 26 goals so far this season - looked in clear pain as he headed towards the touchline to be replaced by Marcus Rashford.
The Red Devils do have the opportunity to win the FA Cup later in May when they contest the final against Chelsea at Wembley, but even if they do win it, some will still be left underwhelmed.
The Guardian report that the Red Devils" medical team are optimistic that he will recover in time, with the ankle injury only being considered "minor'.
"We have to put down a marker for next season, with the way we perform from now on", said Young. But, three more weeks until the final.
Pep Guardiola's City have ran away with the league title and can set records for the most wins, most points, most goals scored, best goal difference and the biggest points advantage to second place.
"I don't know if he is going to be out or if he's not OK", Mourinho said after the match, quoted by Standard Sport. Now we want to keep up the momentum to the end and the FA Cup final.
"I still have the hunger and desire to win the same as I had when I was 21".
"We need, I think, two points or one point to finish third and four to finish second", he stated.
"But I don't know".
But Huddersfield will probably have to beat one of those clubs, or at least get a draw, in a torrid end to the season if they are to avoid falling into the relegation zone at exactly the wrong time. "We have to keep the momentum now". I never, when I finish a game and a player is injured, immediately go for good or bad news.