To answer this successfully you need to understand the company well enough to link the job’s positive qualities to your own personal criteria.
Be careful not to say things which are inaccurate or not part of the job specification otherwise your answer could be used against you as ammunition.
For example, it’s counter-productive to say you are looking for a role balancing the project budget if the job description doesn’t involve any financial responsibility. Equally, don’t say you want to progress to a Programme Manager or Director because those opportunities are not common, unless the job description says-so.
A good answer could be:
I want to be part of a vibrant team whom I have a good synergy with. This makes it easier to share expertise and resources to achieve a common deliverable.