Manchester United caretaker boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer has set his sights on silverware this season.
As reported by BBC Sport, the Norwegian believes Manchester United should always be looking to win titles even after struggling earlier in the season.
When Solskjaer took over the reins from Jose Mourinho, United sat 11 points from the top four.
Now, having won six consecutive Premier League Games, United are three points away from the top four but Solskjaer is not satisfied with that.
We’ve got the Champions League, we’ve got the FA Cup, we can’t just say top four and that’s it. We’ve got to look at ‘can we win something this year?’ and I go into every single gameas a Man United manager thinking we can win this game.
Success is not guaranteed though.
February sees United face the likes of PSG, Liverpool and Manchester City along with a fifth-round FA Cup trip to Stamford Bridge.
United play Burnley on Tuesday night as they look to close the gap on fifth-placed Arsenal and pile the pressure on Chelsea in fourth.
One would say winning a trophy is an impossible task but given the way the former striker has transformed United so far, it seems anything is possible.