Chelsea winger Florent Malouda is targeting a domestic double after his side's Premier League title win at the weekend.
Malouda played his part as the Blues romped to an 8-0 victory over Wigan at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, leaving them one point above Manchester United in the final standings.
They now take on Portsmouth in the FA Cup final on Saturday and could end the season with two pieces of silverware to their name.
Malouda insists they will be taking nothing for granted against Pompey though, despite the fact that their opponents finished rock bottom of the Premier League this term.
"The cup final will be a tricky match," he told French newspaper L'Equipe. "We won't show any self-importance. We will be at our best level.
"I love Wembley, which is where I scored my first goal in England."
Malouda was not on the scoresheet in West London against the Latics, as his team came home at a canter to rip Roberto Martinez's men apart.
The 29-year-old has been on top form this season though, and is delighted to have clinched the title.
He added: "I am very happy to be champions. There was fierce competition from Manchester United and we won as champions.
"To be crowned on the last day, having been under pressure, that is wonderful.
"The title was huge and I will remember it for a very long time. Now we want to enter the club's history by doing the double."