Can Barcelona win it all again?
With just a few months of the 2015/16 football season left, connoisseurs of the beautiful game are already posing the question as to whether it's possible that Barcelona can become the first team in history to complete the double treble.
Three points ahead in La Liga at the time of writing, stretching to six points should they win their game in hand and the status quo remains to that point, it would take a monumental shift in form for the Catalans to give up their hold on the league title.
They also have the edge in the head-to-head over their nearest rivals having beaten Atletico Madrid twice and Real Madrid once, with another fixture to play against Los Blancos.
A 7-0 midweek pummeling of Valencia sees them practically in the Copa Del Rey final, proabably against Sevilla who were 4-0 victors over Celta Vigo in the other semi final.
On current form, you'd be hard pressed to argue against Barca being favourites for those two trophies.
Which leaves the cup with the big ears. The Champions League. A trophy that no club in the modern era has ever retained. Manchester United came closest when reaching the final in 2009, losing to Barca in Rome.
Ironically, this year's final is at the San Siro in Italy. The home of AC Milan, the last team to retain the trophy, when it was the "European Cup."
With 80 goals already in the campaign, if Messi, Suarez and Neymar can stay free of injuries - and let's be honest, many clubs just recently have tried their damndest to take one of the three out of the equation - then the rest of Europe should be scared. Really scared.
Thus far, no one has been able to live with the Blaugrana with all three in situ. The best front line in the history of football.
Their presence shouldn't take away from the excellence throughout the rest of the side, even new signings Aleix Vidal and Arda Turan dovetailing into the side as though they'd been there for years, not sitting on the bench for the best part of six months.
This is a side that is pushing the boundaries on a weekly basis as to what is possible on a football pitch.
Can they complete a historic double treble and cement their legend as the best club side in football history? The question really should be why can't they....