David Vaughan would love to play at Wembley again with Sunderland after enjoying play-off success at the famous venue with Blackpool.
Vaughan helped the Seasiders to play-off glory in 2010 with Ian Holloway's men - sealing a top-flight return for the club after a near 40-year absence.
The 29-year-old relished playing at Wembley and is focused on helping topple Everton this weekend and playing once again at the famous venue in the semi-finals.
The Black Cats are at Goodison Park after beating Arsenal in the last round and Vaughan knows it will be very difficult for Martin O'Neill's side to see off the Toffees who have been excellent at home of late.
"The trip to Wembley with Blackpool was great, it was probably the best moment of my career," he told the Evening Chronicle. "Hopefully, I can go back there with Sunderland and re-live that.
"You do not get bigger occasions than a big FA Cup game at Wembley. If we can be part of that it would be great.
"It is a huge game and we are desperate to get through to the semis. Everton are a really strong team, especially at home, and it is going to be a really difficult game for us.
"The home game we played in the league against them was a tight one. We cannot let them have easy chances and hopefully we will have some ourselves.
"Anything but a loss would be good for us there, but hopefully we can find a win. We needed to turn things around against Liverpool last weekend and get a few points on the board. Winning games breeds confidence."