Gary Taylor-Fletcher is determined to claim a famous win on Sunday as Blackpool take on Liverpool at Anfield.
The diehard Reds supporter is looking ahead to fulfilling a lifelong ambition by scoring the winner in front of the famous Kop.
The former Huddersfield and Lincoln player has dismissed all thoughts of divided loyalties as he seeks three vital points for Ian Holloway's side.
He told The Gazette: "We want the win. It doesn't matter who scores but if I did it would be absolutely unbelievable.
"But the main thing is that we put in a good performance."
Taylor-Fletcher produced a man of the match performance in the 2-1 home defeat against Blackburn last weekend and he expects to retain his place at his beloved Anfield.
"If we can match the standard of performance we produced last weekend, we'll have a great chance of getting a point, if not three," he added.
"They are not having the best of spells but they will be looking at Blackpool going to Anfield as a great chance to pick themselves up.
"But we'll be going there thinking it is a good time to play them.
"I was pleased to get back in to the side because to lose your place to injury is not the way you want to lose it," he added.
"I came on at Chelsea and had a good 45 minutes, and the gaffer rewarded with me with a start. I think I repaid that faith he showed in me by putting in a good performance."