Sneijder holds off celebration

Dutch top-scorer eyes fourth trophy in South Africa

Sneijder: On course for fourth trophy

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Netherlands ace Wesley Sneijder says he will savour his achievements once the World Cup is over.

After lifting a treble of titles with Inter Milan - the Italian league, cup and UEFA Champions League - the star midfielder is on course to raise an unheard of fourth trophy if Holland prevail in the World Cup final against Spain on Sunday.

No European has ever accomplished the feat, but 26-year-old Sneijder insists he has so far not had time to enjoy his success.

"They don't even given you time to think about it," said Sneijder.

"Afterwards, I'll have time enough to enjoy it. Now it doesn't really enter my mind."

Sneijder, who is also still in the running for the World Cup golden boot title, tied at five goals with Spaniard David Villa, believes his joy in finding the back of the net is a result of his own self-confidence.

"You have to lust after goals," he added. "You have to feel great about yourself and then luck comes your way."