Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak says that whoever takes over at the Sky Blues is expected to deliver from the word go.
A failure to land any silverware in the 2012/13 season cost Roberto Mancini his job, a year after guiding City to their first Premier League title in 44 years.
And Blues chairman All-Mubarak, who hopes to have the coaching void at the Etihad Stadium filled inside the next two weeks, claims the club must challenge for every trophy available to them, especially after further additions are expected to be made in the off-season.
"The target now is to win every competition that we play in,” said All-Mubarak.
"It is a high ambition, but we have the organisation and the squad to get us there. We have won the Premier League before, we know what it takes to win it and we will win it again. We have won the FA Cup before and we can do that again.
"In Europe, we have not been as successful in the Champions League and there is no doubt we have a lot of improvement to make there.
"But with the squad, the organisation, the manager coming in and the new players we will sign, we will have a strong team to compete in the Champions League."