Jussi Jaaskelainen is confident Bolton can go all the way in this season's FA Cup.
The final is expected to return to Wembley this season after six years away and Jaaskelainen is hoping Sam Allardyce's side can make history.
Bolton were the first winners in the old stadium in 1923 and the Finnish keeper believes it would be fitting to repeat the feat this season.
"Realistically, we know we are not going to win the Premiership," Jaaskelainen told the Manchester Evening News.
"But it's realistic for us to think about winning the FA Cup.
"We are all aware Bolton were the first team to win at Wembley in 1923 and we all want to be the first team to play at the new Wembley. That's on everyone's minds and we want to be there.
"It's one of our goals for this season."
Bolton's road to the final begins at Doncaster's new Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Jaaskelainen believes he is only just reaching his peak in a Bolton shirt.
The £100,000 signing in 1997 is widely regarded as one of the Premiership's best goalkeepers.
Jaaskelainen said: "My best time is now and hopefully for the next three or four years.
"When you play so many games in the Premiership you know what you have to do to prepare yourself. It's all about experience."