Hopes for 2013: Shock answer here, but number 20 will do nicely, thank you. Were greed to come into the equation, then I'd have a May trip to Wembley. No, two trips.
Player to watch: Tom Cleverley. United have been at their best this season when playing with a high tempo, and Cleverley is the man – alongside Michael Carrick – to set it for United.
Key fixture: Derby day on 6 April. Assuming it's still a two-horse race, it's late enough in the season to have a real say on where the title ends up.
Hopes for 2013: Winning the title back has to be the top priority. Reaching the semi-final stages of the Champions League would also be nice… if only for those April evening kick-offs where the first half is played as dusk descends.
Player to watch: Shinji Kagawa. Before his injury he was United’s most exciting and consistent midfielder. I can’t wait to see what a sustained run of games will do for both his and the team’s form.
Key fixture: Call me a sentimental old fool, but I can’t wait for Real Madrid’s visit to Old Trafford in early March. Viva Ronaldo!
Hopes for 2013: Another trip to Wembley for the Champions League final would be amazing but reasserting domestic supremacy is most important to me. Yet there’s so much football to be played