Holland midfielder Wesley Sneijder is hoping to make the World Cup his fourth trophy of the season.
The Inter Milan maestro has had a superb campaign after clinching the treble with the Nerazzurri, with the UEFA Champions League title adding to a Serie A and Coppa Italia win.
But the biggest challenge of all still lies ahead as Holland look to win their first ever World Cup this summer.
The Dutch have twice been runners-up in the competition, but will be looking to go one better in South Africa.
Sneijder, 25, says he is not tired despite his long and arduous season, insisting he is determined to enjoy success for his country.
"Frankly, I'm really not tired, it gives me new energy," he said in an interview with Voetbal International.
"It is a huge incentive to take three titles with me to the Oranje, and I am hungry for more."
Holland had looked good during Euro 2008 but crashed out to Russia in the quarter-finals.
They had already comprehensively beaten France and Italy in the group stage, and Sneijder is determined not to go out in such a manner again.
"At the European Championships in 2008, we showed what we are capable of with this team," he added.
"We went out of the tournament in a silly way. It must not happen again."