Manchester United players are determined to go back-to-back in the Premier League title hunt next season.
United are celebrating becoming England's most successful club this summer.
"When we've got the trophy, we don't want to let it go," stressed Michael Carrick. "We'll enjoy the summer but we're very, very determined to keep hold of it this time."
History-maker Ryan Giggs seems like he will never be satisfied with his incredible winners' medal haul.
"It's not about 19 but pushing on and trying to get to the twenties," he stated. "That's what this club is about - not standing still but moving forward and hopefully having a successful season next year."
John O'Shea can barely wait for the 2011/2012 campaign to get underway.
"We've been getting to finals and been successful and the key is looking at the examples we've got in Giggsy and the manager wanting to improve all the time," the Irishman told MUTV. "Hopefully, they'll keep going.
"It [the break] will go very quickly as it has always done and I can't wait to get back and defend our title."