Patrice Evra admits he is dreaming of claiming an unprecedented quintuple trophy haul this season at Manchester United.
Ahead of the second leg of United's last 16 clash with Inter Milan on Wednesday the club's players have been quick to play down any talk of winning five trophies this term.
The Carling Cup and World Club Cup are already safely secured in the Old Trafford trophy cabinet, with United also going strong in the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.
Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken of how he feels a quintuple is unlikely but Evra can see no reason why the club's players should not dare to dream.
"We haven't talked about it so far," he told L'Equipe.
"Last season we won the Premier League and Champions League.
"This season we want more. We are left wanting more.
"We want to win each match and if we can keep such a state of mind, we could achieve that dream.
"It would be legendary to win five trophies."