Ryan Shawcross admits it would be a dream to score against Manchester City and then lift the FA Cup.
The Stoke skipper led the Potters to a memorable 5-0 success over Bolton on Sunday to set up the final showpiece with City on 14th May.
Former Manchester United defender Shawcross remains a fan of the Red Devils and admits beating City - and scoring - at Wembley would be a dream come true.
He said: "I haven't scored many this year so maybe I'm saving one for the FA Cup Final! It would be a dream.
"I would have preferred to face United just because I'm a United fan.
"To beat them in the final would have been great, but to beat City would be even better.
"I'm sure everyone will have given them the trophy already. We'll turn up as the underdogs. We usually are - and that's fine.
"We'll go under the radar and hopefully it will suit us and we'll perform well on the day. It's up to us to put in another big performance."
While City are favourites to lift the silverware, Shawcross believes the Potters can draw confidence from their demolition of the Trotters, as well as their recent record against the Blues - a win and three draws in their last four outings.
He added: "I can't believe I was involved in a game where so many people played so well.
"We know we'll have to perform well again. We know what's in front of us, it's a massive game.
"City are going to be the favourites. But we've done well against them recently.
"We still recognise they are a very good side, but we have to be confident, make sure we are not fazed by the occasion and put on a good performance."