After the miracle of Paris, Manchester United have no time for a hangover when they travel to Arsenal on Sunday if their chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League are not to suffer significant damage.
Should United repeat their 3-1 success at the Emirates in the FA Cup six weeks ago, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will rack up a perfect 10 away wins since taking caretaker charge.
The highlight was beating free-spending Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in dramatic circumstances on Wednesday to progress to the quarterfinals of the Champions League and erase the consequences of Solskjaer's only defeat in 17 games in charge.
United have made up an 11-point gap to the top four under the Norwegian, but their Champions League status for next season is still far from assured.
The Red Devils lead Arsenal by just a solitary point and a two-point advantage over sixth-placed Chelsea could be wiped out by the Blues' game in hand at home to Brighton.
Momentum is on United's side, but they face a far tougher run-in with Manchester City and Chelsea still to visit Old Trafford.