Peter Crouch lists winning the FA Cup with Liverpool in 2006 as the highlight of his career - he would love a repeat this season.
The striker started and played 71 minutes of that famous final against West Ham at the Millennium Stadium as the Reds, inspired by Steven Gerrard, came from behind three times before finally winning on penalties.
Now, as we prepare to face Bolton in the fifth round at the Reebok on Sunday, Peter can't help but dream of Wembley again.
"When I was growing up the FA Cup was the biggest competition, it is a fantastic competition and going all the way with Liverpool and finally lifting the trophy was probably the best moment of my career and I would love to repeat that with Tottenham," he said.
"We have all got the belief that we can do well this year. On our day we can beat anyone and we will be looking to make sure we can do as well as we can in the league but the FA Cup is a priority as well."