Aston Villa were transformed under Unai Emery last season and their strong start to this campaign has contributed to them being priced at 11/4 to win a major trophy in 2023/24.
Aston Villa trophy odds:
|To win the Premier League||100/1|
|To win the Premier League without Manchester City||33/1|
|Top 4 Finish||7/2|
|To win the FA Cup||20/1|
|To win the Europa Conference League||7/2|
|To win the Premier League and FA Cup||1000/1|
|To win the Premier League and Conference League||350/1|
|To win the FA Cup and Conference League||80/1|
|To win the Premier League, FA Cup and Conference League||2500/1|
|To win a Major Trophy||11/4|
After last term's seventh-place finish in the Premier League secured European football for the first time in over a decade, Emery and his side have carried their excellent form into the 2023/24 season, leaving them competing on three fronts after an early exit from the Carabao Cup in September.
A challenge for the top spot in the league is unlikely to have crossed the boss' mind at such an early stage of the season following the dominance Manchester City have shown over the last few years, but their early form may have resulted in an adjustment of their goals for the rest of this campaign.
Villa are a good price to break into the top four for the first time since the 1995/96 season, which would secure a maiden Champions League campaign.
The Villans are the seventh-most successful club in FA Cup history but over six decades have passed since they last got their hands on the trophy. Emery may feel that competition is one to target.
They have not made it past the third round since 2015/16, losing to League Two Stevenage last season, but their squad depth suggests they can go much better.
That depth will also be tested in the Europa Conference League, but with four Europa League crowns on his CV, the Basque boss is sure to have a plan to conquer another European competition.
After three wins from their opening four group-stage games, Villa find themselves priced up as favourites to lift the trophy in Athens next May.
Any odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.