Cristiano Ronaldo believes Manchester United are capable of repeating their historic treble this season.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side are still going strong in the UEFA Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup and Ronaldo feels success on three fronts is not out of the question.
United recorded an unprecedented treble in 1999 and ahead of Sunday's FA Cup clash with Tottenham, Ronaldo - who joined the Red Devils in 2003 - is hoping for a repeat performance.
"Now we have a good chance in the league, the Champions League and the cup," said Ronaldo.
"We have a very good team and confidence is high among the players."
Ronaldo is also excited that Paul Scholes is on his way back following a three-month absence after a knee operation.
"He is a fantastic player - a key player in many games. He helps the team a lot," Ronaldo added.
"You learn many things from him as he is a mature player and has been at United a long time.
"It is always fantastic to play alongside someone of his quality."
Meanwhile, Park Ji-Sung is again expected to be handed a place in the United squad against Spurs as he continues his comeback from a knee injury and the midfielder is also keen to sample success in the FA Cup.
"I've enjoyed playing in the FA Cup since I came to England," said Park. "I know the FA Cup is bigger than cups in other countries and I want to win it."