United players and fans alike left Old Trafford in buoyant mood after Saturday's 7-1 drubbing of Blackburn, but the man sporting the biggest smile of all was five-goal hero Dimitar Berbatov.
The Bulgarian had not found the net since his hat-trick against Liverpool back in September, but it took him just two minutes to kick-off the scoring against a poor Rovers side.
Berbatov went on to find the net a further four times equalling the feat achieved by only a handful of players in the Premier League era including Alan Shearer and Andy Cole.
"It was an fantastic afternoon for the team and for me personally - I still can't quite believe I scored five goals," he told MUTV afterwards.
"I've scored five in a match before, but it was a long time ago back home in Bulgaria. To do it in the Premier League is a great feeling especially when only a few players have done it. To stand alongside the likes of Shearer and Cole is a great honour.
"It [the goal drought] had concerned me a little bit because when you're a striker people just tend to look at the number of goals you score, but, for me, my game isn't just about goals. It's about how you play and how you