Chelsea winger Florent Malouda wants the Stamford Bridge club to emulate Manchester United and dominate the Premier League for years to come.
Malouda bagged 12 goals as the Blues denied their Manchester rivals a fourth successive league crown in a title race which went right to the last day of the season.
Chelsea also ended the domestic season on a high with victory in last weekend's FA Cup final over Portsmouth to secure a first ever Double.
But despite the successes still being fresh in the mind, Malouda is already looking ahead to next season.
"Next year we will come back with more appetite," he told the club's official website.
"That (the Double) should be the minimum for us every year now.
"We have to regularly be at the top like Manchester United were for three years. That's our target now.
'We are Chelsea, we want to win everything, now we have the Double and we have to try and win more because when you get to the stage where you relax, that's when it goes wrong.
"Maybe the manager will bring out something more from us because we have big ambitions for next year."