With just three weeks of the season remaining, Cristiano Ronaldo has set his sights on three victories to ensure United end the campaign with a Double helping of silverware.
The Reds booked a Champions League final berth against Chelsea this week, and lead the Blues on goal difference with two games remaining in the Premier League title race.
Attentions now switch back to domestic duty, with West Ham next up at Old Trafford, but Ronaldo won't separate the competitions - he wants to win both.
"We're in this competition (the Champions League) to win it, as much as the league," said the winger. "We took our opportunity and now we're in the final of the Champions League. Nothing could be better.
"We might have been able to play better but we won, we always win and now we have to do the same in the final and in the championship."
Barring a Chelsea goal-flood of ridiculous proportions, wins against West Ham and Wigan would see United retain their title ahead of the Champions League final in Moscow on May 21, and Ronaldo insists the Reds need to keep cool under pressure.
"Manchester always plays to win, the players want to win something this season and we have a great opportunity to win the Premier League and the Champions League," he said.
"Now, we need to relax a little bit and do some good work and try to win."