Crusaders captain Colin Coates is determined to complete his silverware collection this season by lifting the Premiership title.
Coates has claimed every major domestic trophy available, apart from the Gibson Cup.
The 27-year-old has savoured winning the Irish Cup, League Cup, County Antrim Shield and Setanta Sports Cup.
It has been a glittering hall of glory for the club stalwart, but one goal remains firmly on his radar.
“I would love to win the title. I think it would eclipse everything I have won so far,” he said.
“I would rank it higher that the Setanta Cup. This is your domestic league, your bread and butter. It is based over 38 games and is the pinnacle for any Irish League player.
“So I would love to try and win it.”
Crusaders finished runners-up to Cliftonville last season, trailing their derby rivals by nine points as the Gibson Cup returned to Solitude after a 15-year absence.
Coates believes the Crues are better equipped to lay down a solid title challenge this term, and recent form suggests they are more than capable.
Four wins from their last six games have elevated the Seaview men to fourth spot in the table – four points off leaders Linfield who they meet on Saturday at Windsor Park.
“People keep asking can this be our year, and I think it can be,” he added.
“The points tally we accumulated last year would normally have been enough to lift the title, but unfortunately we ran into a Cliftonville side who had one of their best seasons ever.
“We finished up nine points behind them, but we are confident we can get closer if not go all the way.
“We have strength in depth this season, and you can see the quality we have on the bench now. There are even quality players who can’t make the squad.”