Boss Sir Alex Ferguson saw Manchester United beat Blackburn 2-0 to head the Premier League and claimed the squad is his strongest in 21 years at the club.
Ferguson is revelling in the quality of his Manchester United squad
Ferguson said: "We've got young players led by Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo and more in the likes of Carlos Tevez and Nani and Anderson.
"In fact, it is difficult to know when to stop when talking about our important players.
"But this team has to win something. They have a great chance of doing so."
Ronaldo scored twice in United's victory over Blackburn, which moved Ferguson's squad three points clear in the top flight, although second-placed Arsenal visit Reading on Monday night.
The goals took him to double figures already for the season, and saw him get the highest mark from users of BBC Sport's player rater for the match.
But Ferguson also singled out for praise the old man of the squad, Ryan Giggs.
Ferguson added: "He is 34 at the end of the month but I feel he can go on for a few years yet.
"He has been a wonderful servant for this club and he was our best player."
However, Ferguson's opposite number Mark Hughes was not so happy after seeing his side beaten on Sunday.
The Blackburn manager was unable to hide his frustration at referee Chris Foy's dismissal of David Dunn, who picked up a second booking early in the second half.
"He was a little bit quick with the card," Hughes told BBC Sport.
"There should have been a little bit of leeway but after that it was very hard for us. We feel a little bit hard done by."
Ferguson agreed with Hughes that Dunn's red card might have been harsh.
Dunn's second booking was for a trip on Louis Saha and was possibly deserved but Hughes was unhappy with Foy's previous decision to give the Blackburn midfielder a yellow card for a challenge on Tevez.
"It was never a booking - why didn't the assistant help the referee in that situation?" questioned Hughes.
Blackburn were already losing by two goals when Dunn was dismissed and Hughes argued that his side's numerical disadvantage gave them no hope of rescuing the game.
"Little things went away from us and we didn't quite get the run of the ball," he added. "We didn't have a chance to show the team we are."