Man Utd keeper Van der Sar now turning sights to Champions League final

Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar is now eyeing another Champions League triumph after clinching the Premiership title on Saturday.

"It (winning three straight titles) hasn't been done a lot," Van der Sar told MUTV. "But the main thing is that there's something bigger to come and we'll focus on that now.

"Winning the league is great, of course. It was quite tense until the end, but at the end all the tension of the last season came out. It's been great and we can focus on something even bigger."

The veteran Dutch goalkeeper, a cornerstone of United's success so far this season, insisted the title triumph was down to a collective effort rather than individual exploits.

"I think every part of the team has contributed to this thing," he said.

"Some players popped up in the last minute to score a goal, Vida has been immense, Jonny Evans played loads of games, the midfield, the golden oldies of Giggsy, Scholesy and Gary... everybody.

"It's a title for everyone I think. It's nice, even the sun came out when we collected the trophy and the other two times it rained all the time!"