Manchester City chief Garry Cook has declared they're on course to become the biggest club in the world.
The Eastlands chief executive was in New York addressing fans in the aftermath of that famous 2-1 win over neighbours United on Tuesday night.
A double from Carlos Tevez gave the Blues a first-leg advantage over their bitter rivals in their Carling Cup semi-final.
That continued the recent upturn in big-spending City's fortunes since the arrival of new boss Roberto Mancini.
Cook, pictured on Sky Sports News addressing a fans' forum in the Big Apple, clearly believes this is just the start, saying: "This football club is, without doubt, going to be the biggest and best football club in the world," Cook said.
"I will make no excuses for saying it, as I truly believe it - with the resources and capabilities we have."