Michael Owen insists he will collect his Premier League winners' medal with pride if Manchester United claim the title.
The 31-year-old former England striker has been used mainly as a bit-part player this year by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Owen just needs one more appearance to qualify for a medal, although only one of his nine appearances for United this term has come from a Premier League start.
During his career, Owen has won the FA Cup, League Cup, Uefa Cup and been named European Footballer of the Year.
But a Premier League and Champions League winners' medal has eluded him since bursting on the scene as a fresh-faced 17-year-old striker.
Owen, though, knows that within United's multi-talented squad there are many players who have contributed far more.
"There are players who would be 10 times more deserving of a Premier League medal in this team than me, so it is not as though I will be flashing it around," said Owen.
"But there is no point being embarrassed about accepting something you have been part of.
"I didn't get two medals for scoring two goals in the FA Cup final in 2001.
"I have won plenty in my career but I have not won the two big ones. That would complete the set.
"There is still quite a way to go, so let's hope there is something to pick up at the end of the season."
The future of Owen - whose contract expires in the summer - is still shrouded in doubt following the emergence of Javier Hernandez this season and the success of Danny Welbeck on loan at Sunderland who returns this summer.
Yet, as a substitute, Owen could still have a massive impact this term. In United's memorable win over Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in 1999, it was substitutes Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunner Solskjaer that provided the winning goals.
And replicating the feat of those United legends is what is spurring on the former Liverpool and Real Madrid striker.
"I suppose I am dreaming of coming off the bench and scoring the stoppage-time winner in the Champions League final," he added.
"That is the motivation that drives me on. Every day I have to be ready and prepared to come in and do something."