Last Updated: Sat, 16 Feb 2013 09:20
Arsene Wenger has given his Arsenal side the treble target of a top-four Premier League finish plus FA Cup and Champions League glory.
The Gunners chief will look for the players to avoid an FA Cup upset on Saturday when Championship play-off chasers Blackburn Rovers visit the Emirates Stadium for a fifth-round tie.
And, if they can progress through that game, they will be in the hat for the quarter-finals on Sunday afternoon and a step closer to ending their trophy drought stretching back to the 2005 win against Manchester United in the same competition.
Wenger also believes his side can go on to win the Champions League trophy if they can negotiate their way through the difficult two-legged last-16 tie against last season's beaten finalists Bayern Munich.
The north Londoners are also well placed for a top-four Premier League finish this season as they sit four points off near-neighbours Tottenham with 12 games remaining.
He told his pre-match press conference: "You ask me if it's better to sacrifice Bayern Munich and focus on Blackburn? The important thing is to focus on the two.
"The players are focused on Blackburn completely. They know as well there is an opportunity there - the quarter-final - and they don't want to miss that."
On the Bayern tie and the Premier League, he added: "When we went to Real Madrid a few years ago they had Zinedine Zidane, David Beckham, Raul and Guti and we beat them. We were fourth or fifth in the league so it's just down to us to believe we can do it.
"We have a chance to beat Bayern and we have to take it. We want to beat the best."
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