Patrice Evra believes that Manchester United are good enough to win the Premier League, Champions League and the FA Cup this season.
The Red Devils currently enjoy a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League, and will face Real Madrid in the pick of the ties in the last 16 in Europe's top club competition.
“Yeah, everything is possible,” Evra told reprters when asked if United could win the treble.
“If Manchester United win the Champions League, the Premier League and the FA Cup, I’ll say it’s the best team I’ve ever played in, because I’ve only ever won two trophies in a season before.
“We’ll see at the end of the season. But I don’t want to start to talk about targets. I just want to concentrate on each game, winning each game and improving as a team in each game.
“And after that, we’re going to be difficult to beat.”
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Despite the contribution of Potters forward Walters to the win over Tony Pulis' men, the England international was adamant that the Blues could have scored more.
"You make your luck and we could have had a lot more goals. Eden Hazard's goal was fantastic but I had a couple of chances and we dominated and looked dangerous, and there was certainly no luck in the win," Lampard added.
"I was just pleased to see my penalty hit the back of the net to make the game clear. I could have gone past Kerry Dixon's total by a couple but Begovic is a very good keeper and the first-half chance he made a good save with his legs and the second-half one I am a bit frustrated about because I was close-range on my left peg and I just wanted to keep it down.
"But the main thing was the team performance. No one gets results at Stoke this year and off the back of Swansea we played fantastically."
Lampard's spot-kick marked his 194th goal for the west London outfit, helping him beyond Kerry Dixon and taking him within eight goals of the club's all-time top scorer Bobby Tambling.
"Everyone mentions it with every goal I score and it is something I would be very proud of," he added.
"But I love playing in a performance like Saturday and if I can keep doing that until the end of the season then I will be happy."