It has been 14 years since Manchester United's legendary team of 1999 shook the footballing world by winning the elusive "treble," with two goals in the dying seconds of the Champions League final against the mighty Bayern Munich.
In that moment United announced themselves as a genuine force not only in the framework of the English game, but also on a European and World level.
Despite having been a dominant power within England for the best part of a decade prior to that famous night in Barcelona, this was the start of a European legacy that has seen United go on to be revered as one of the most lethal sides in the history of the game.
For the first time in a long while it looks as though another potential treble could be on for the table cloth army—who currently sit in a dominant position in the EPL, with a quarter final in the FA Cup and their second leg at home to Real Madrid in the last 16 of the European Cup quickly approaching.
Without doubt the toughest challenge for the Red Devils this season will be conquering their European counterparts and matching the heights reached by fellow English cohorts Chelsea last season, by clinching their fourth European crown.
If they are to complete the League, Domestic and European Cup spree, then Manchester United are going to need to step up their game to compete with the likes of Munich, Juventus, Barca and, more importantly in the coming days, Real Madrid.
The FA Cup is also far from guaranteed this year, with the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City still posing a genuine threat to United's campaign.
But which United players hold the key to achieving the success that Sir Alex and his babes once achieved at the end of the last century?