Ben Burgess is hoping his play-off luck will rub off on Cheltenham when they come up against Crewe in the League Two final on Sunday.
The experienced striker, 30, has tasted both League One and Championship play-off glory with Blackpool at the national stadium.
Burgess, on loan from Notts County but set to become a free agent next month, is now looking to complete the set with Cheltenham this weekend.
"This will be my third time at Wembley and I played a play-off final for Brentford in Cardiff as well, I'm Mr Play-offs so hopefully we can get a win," he said.
"I won the other two games at Wembley, fingers crossed we can do it again, but it's a fantastic achievement for Cheltenham to get to Wembley.
"The lads and coaches have not ended it here, we want to take it further and get promotion because, at the end of day, if you lose at Wembley you may as well have lost anywhere else. It's promotion that we're going for."