Jordan Henderson is focused on returning Liverpool to Wembley after more than a decade away from the home of English football.
The Anfield club have not played at the national stadium since losing the 1996 FA Cup final to old rivals Manchester United courtesy of Eric Cantona's late goal.
Liverpool have won FA Cups, League Cups and Community Shields in their 15-year Wembley absence, but all of those successes came at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
England Under 21 international Henderson, a multi-million pound summer signing from Sunderland, is shocked by the statistic.
However, with a Carling Cup semi-final looming against Manchester City, the midfielder is determined to end the wait, as he said: "I'm surprised it's been so long. I didn't know that.
"For such a big club like Liverpool, you'd have thought we'd have been at Wembley since then.
"But I'm sure it won't be long before we're at Wembley again. We've got a two-leg tie to come and it won't be easy.
"But if we put in the right attitude and commitment into the game then I'm sure we can come away with good results."
Liverpool booked their place in the Carling Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win over Chelsea on Tuesday just 48 hours after drawing with City in the Premier League.
Manager Kenny Dalglish was far from happy at the congested fixture list, but Henderson, who played a full part in both matches, was pleased to be involved.
He said: "You have to fight for your place every week and I'm happy to be playing anywhere for Liverpool."
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