Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew admits they're targeting a top four finish.
They came within five points of Champions League qualification last year and Pardew insists the kudos and riches that would bring would be every bit as important as winning a cup.
He said: "Obviously, we want to win something - you shouldn't be in the game unless you want to win something.
"Winning for us would be actually qualifying for the Champions League - that would be winning for us, 100%. It would be like winning a trophy.
"But our fans would like to see a nice big cup, I am sure, and hopefully we can achieve that somewhere down the line.
"We are getting to the stage where there's a mentality and a quality in the group that could win a competition such as this.
"We have to just try to win every game that we enter and see where our goals are come Christmas-time when we can really start focusing on what we want to achieve this season."