John O'Shea is hoping for a repeat performance in Sunday's showdown between Manchester United and Liverpool at Anfield.
O'Shea hit an injury-time winner in last season's fixture after United had been largely out played and the result proved to be a pivotal moment in the Red Devils' successful Premier League title quest.
The Republic of Ireland international is struggling with a groin injury ahead of this year's clash, which can be seen live on Sky Sports 1 as part of Grand Slam Sunday, and he knows he will almost certainly be on the bench this weekend if he is fit.
But O'Shea admits he will still be thinking of last year's fixture.
"What happened at Anfield last season is definitely up there as one of the best moments of my career," he said.
"I am sure it will be on my mind on Sunday, especially if I come on in the last few minutes and the scoreline is level."
O'Shea recently signed a contract extension to keep him at Old Trafford until 2012 and, despite rarely being a regular member of the United first XI, the 26-year-old insists he never considered leaving the Premier League champions.
"It never crossed my mind to leave," said O'Shea.
"Of course I would like to be playing more games but at the same time, I am involved in all the matches and I know that I will get my chance.
"The decision to stay was very easy and the contract was sorted out nice and quickly.
"When you look at the success we have had and the talented squad we have got, it bodes very well for the future. It is something I wanted to be part of."