Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer led the club in the Champions League quarter-finals on a dramatic night in Paris and said: "This is what we do".
Romelu Lukaku scored two goals before Marcus Rashford's VAR penalty saw United's progress on away goals at the expense of Paris St-Germain.
"And this club, that's what we do, is Man Utd," said Solskjaer, who scored the United winner's goal in the 1999 final. "This is the Champions League, that's what it does."
This is the first time since 2014 that the United States has reached the last eight. The last four quarters of the final will be decided on 12 and 13 March, with the draw on 15 March.
"We can go all the way," said Solskjaer. "Of course we like them, but we just have to wait for the draw and then take the game as it is."
The Norwegian added: "It's a typical night of Manchester United.We had a gameplan and trust in the guys was what we hoped.Everyone shares a huge pride.
"The players were really fantastic, they were focused, they listened to all the instructions as they were training and on the field they knew we had to defend well, there was a lot of quality".
Lukaku's first goal gave hope to United and, despite Juan Bernat's tie, Lukaku struck again in the first half before Rashford sent the Red Devils.
"It was a great start – we planned to get the first goal but we did not expect it after two minutes," said Solskjaer. "This made it open, we wanted a lot of goals.
"We knew we would have to suffer, defending ourselves from Kylian Mbappe and Angel di Maria: it is known that if we leave space, it is certainly death.
"We saw yesterday with the match between Real Madrid and Ajax, Barcelona against PSG [in 2017] – They are similar scenarios and shows that the mind in football is important.
"Our kids are young and fresh, which gave us more energy when we needed this goal".