Luke Shaw has told Manchester United to think big and target a historic quadruple haul of trophies.
United are riding high after taking down neighbours Manchester City to make it nine straight wins in all competitions. Erik ten Hag's men now find themselves in the thick of the title race as well as remaining in three cup competitions. United have lost just once since the start of October and Shaw reckons his side have to set their sights on landing as much silverware as possible.
The England defender said: "Right now as a team we have make sure we have the right consistency in performances and results.
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"It's always about winning. If you play well or not, you need to be winning, and recently we've been doing that. We're still in four competitions. We're Manchester United, we have to aim high.
"Of course we want to win all four of them, but whether that happens or not is down to us, it's down to the way we act, the way we rest and get ready for the next game.
"Now we have to forget about this game, forget about this win, because we have a massive game on Wednesday now against Crystal Palace."
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Having recovered from a slow start to the season following Ten Hag's appointment in the summer, United are now up to fourth in the Premier League following their derby win on Saturday.
The Gunners welcome United to Old Trafford next weekend, after Ten Hag's side play their game in hand against Crystal Palace. Winning both matches would cut the gap to the leaders down to just three points.
In Europe, United will take on Barcelona for a place in the last 16 of the Europa League later this month, having advanced from their group as runners-up prior to the World Cup.
They also remain in both the League Cup and the FA Cup, having been victorious in both cup competitions in the last two weeks.
The two legs of their League Cup semi-final clash with Nottingham Forest fall either side of a FA Cup fourth round tie at home to Reading later this month.
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