He's scored in every round of our Carling Cup run so far - and now our ice cool hitman Roman Pavlyuchenko is determined to create history by continuing the run at Wembley!
The Russian international has Manchester United in his sights and, as he tells the latest issue of hotspur magazine, he has enjoyed every minute of the competition so far...
"I don't really approach Cup games in a different way - but this year things seem to have fallen into place," he says.
"People have told me about the significance of the scoring run and it's something that I'm thinking about. But my only priority is that the team plays well and wins."
Enhanced with some exclusive pictures, 'Pav' adds further to the feature by giving one lucky reader the opportunity to win one of his Russian international shirts in the latest of our free-to-enter competitions for prizes that money just can't buy.
In this our Carling Cup Final special, hotspur builds up to the big Wembley date with manager Harry Redknapp, who runs the rule over the United players and promises that our lads will be fighting all the way to retain the trophy.
We look at our route to the Final while Steffen Freund and Martin Peters re-live what it's like to lift the trophy. And we even come up with a few tongue-in-cheek suggestions ourselves for how we can ultimately triumph.
Teddy Sheringham talks about life at White Hart Lane and Old Trafford with Ledley King admitting that losing the Carling Cup in 2002 made him determined to make up for it when he had another chance last year. That Cardiff memory will drive him on again on Sunday March 1.
Lane Legend Cliff Jones answers questions from fans with tributes for John White and Ryan Giggs. He also describes David Ginola as a "free spirit" that he loved watching.
"But there were two differences between me and Ginola - I scored more goals and am better looking!" He also recalls the emergence of a young player called Pele in the 1958 World Cup Finals.
We take an in depth look back at the 2001-02 season, catch up with former Spur David Kerslake, and England rugby international Jamie Noon talks about how he prepares for big games in his own exclusive column.
Together with our ever-popular Fanzone, it's all there in the March issue of hotspur, our new-look official magazine that has captured the imagination of Spurs fans.
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