Edwin van der Sar is dreaming of becoming a two-time UEFA Champions League winner.
The Manchester United goalkeeper helped the Red Devils to see off Barcelona on Tuesday night and book their place in their first European final in nine years.
While United have had to wait almost a decade for an opportunity to get their hands on the trophy once again, Van der Sar has waited 12 long years for his chance.
The Dutchman was part of the dominant Ajax side of the 1990's which tasted glory in 1995 and fell short in the final just a year later.
At 37 years old Van der Sar admits that he thought the opportunity to feature in another final had passed him by, but is delighted to have been handed one more shot.
"You remember 13 years ago you won it and 12 years ago you lost it," he said.
"It has been a long time in between and it is a great feeling to go to the final again and try to win it for a second time.
"We knew we had to perform against Barcelona to go through. We achieved that and are delighted."
The Holland international also feels that United's performance against Barcelona was the perfect response to their disappointing 2-1 Premier League defeat to Chelsea last Saturday.
"The quality of the team is its strength and that includes mental strength," he added.
"The players and the management team have a lot of character.
"You have to go from game to game and from strength to strength. That is how it is at this club.
"We have a lot of individual quality in the team but being a team is also important.
"We worked extremely hard together as Barcelona are not a bad team.
"They have not done brilliantly in the league but against us they really performed. It was hard work but we got a great result."