Tim Cahill is hoping it will be third time lucky for him in this season's FA Cup, with the Everton forward aiming to erase his final heartache.
The Australia international has fallen at the final hurdle on two previous occasions - with Millwall in 2004 and the Toffees in 2009.
He admits to taking great pride from the fact that he has graced such a stage, but admits he has a few wrongs to right.
Cahill is determined to do just that in 2012, with Everton keeping their cup dreams alive on Saturday as they secured a 1-1 draw with Sunderland to book a quarter-final replay.
After netting against the Black Cats, Cahill said: "I've scored a few against them and their fans are probably sick of the sight of me.
"I've lost in two FA Cup finals.
"I've been to Wembley and tasted defeat, but it still counts for a hell of a lot for me. I carry massive pride in this competition.
"To get to two finals and lose is heart-breaking, but there is pride in the achievement of getting to Wembley, too.
"You could say it is unfinished business for me."