Manchester United striker Robin van Persie is keen to finally get his hands on the Premier League trophy.
The Dutchman's goals helped the Red Devils to the title in his first season at Old Trafford, and he admits that lifting the prize will be one of the biggest moments of his life.
Van Persie told United review: "It is the feeling you dream of. Everything is about lifting the trophy.
"There were some great pictures taken after the Aston Villa game, but there was one thing missing from them all; the trophy.
"That's the picture that will be framed in my house; me, lifting the Barclays Premier League trophy. I can't wait for that moment."
On choosing to leave Arsenal for United, the 29-year-old added: "I wouldn't have moved if I'd had doubts.
"Instead, from day one I was almost certain we would win trophies - not in a couple of years but this year.
"I saw the players in training. I saw the way they behaved, the way they lived, their mentality, the way the staff worked, the way the manager and the staff acted.
"When all those elements combine you end up with a team of champions. It also helps when you have so many players who know how to win."