United on track for quintuple

Ryan Giggs said Manchester United needed to keep up their desire if they wanted to win five trophies this season after claiming the League Cup.

Giggs said United had to maintain their form after beating Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 on penalties after a goalless extra-time draw at Wembley. United have already won the FIFA Club World Cup, are leading the English Premier League and are still in the UEFA Champions League and the FA Cup.

"It's a cup final so obviously we wanted to win it and keep on from there," midfielder Giggs told Sky Sports. "That's what we did with the World Club Championship so hopefully we can show the same form after winning this. I don't look to the past really, I just look at the rest of the season and try and enjoy the games remaining."

He said United boss Alex Ferguson was still keen on winning more silverware. "The hunger he's got and the desire filters down to the players and I think you can see that in the players we've got," Giggs said. "There's a long way to go in all the trophies remaining. We've just got to keep the same desire."

United goalkeeper Ben Foster, who saved the first penalty fired his way, said he was thrilled to win the first major trophy of his career. "Absolutely fantastic. It was a crazy game and the last 30 minutes of extra time was almost walking pace," he said.

"Tottenham put us under massive pressure throughout long periods of the game but that's football sometimes. We're Man United, we want to win everything."