Carlos Tevez is targeting a Premier League and Champions League double to cap an 'extraordinary' first season at Manchester United.
The Argentina striker joined United from West Ham last summer and helped them to domestic glory last Sunday with a 2-0 win at Wigan.
While Tevez is celebrating, he is also focused on the Champions League final against Chelsea, to be played on May 21 in Moscow.
'Winning both titles would be extraordinary in my first season here,' he told Argentinian newspaper Ole.
'I will do my best to take it. Finals must always be won.
'I am very, very happy. It's been more than two years since I won the last title (with Brazilian side Corinthians) and I was getting used to that.
'This is a special title because of that. Winning again is good, especially if it is such an important title. Winning a title in Europe is not easy.
'One of the first things I did after winning the title was to call my uncle to tell him I had him in my mind. He is suffering from cancer and I told him this title and the one coming up was for him. He was very happy and made me happy too.'
Tevez thanked United fans for showing him their support all season, and said: 'I think English people love me because I do my best every weekend. I have always done my best, as well as in West Ham, Corinthians or Boca shirts.
'I always do my best at the club I play for, so I am given a lot of affection.'