Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs has his eyes set on a Premiership and FA Cup double as the club try to come to terms with their Champions League semi-final defeat to AC Milan.
United lead Chelsea by five points in the Premiership with three games remaining, and victory against Manchester City could see them clinch the title on Saturday.
Later this month Sir Alex Ferguson's side play Chelsea in the FA Cup Final, and Giggs sees no reason why United cannot still enjoy a magnificent season.
"We still have a lot to play for," said the Welshman.
"That's what we have to tell ourselves. We have to look forward to Saturday because it's a big game and we have to get ourselves up for it.
"Everyone is down - the staff, the players and the fans. But we still have a lot to go for.
"If we can get a positive result it will put us closer to the league and we also have the FA Cup Final (against Chelsea) to look forward to as well.
"We are disappointed because we are greedy at this club and we wanted to win everything this year. But we have two other trophies to go for and if we can win them both it would be a great season.
"I don't think we froze (against AC Milan). I just think we had a bad start and never recovered. Now we want to finish off the season on a high by winning the league and the cup."