Harry Redknapp is dreaming of leading Tottenham out at Wembley and winning the FA Cup this year.
Spurs host Stevenage in a fifth round replay on Wednesday night having been held to a goalless draw by the League One side at Broadhall Way.
The winner of the tie will be rewarded with a home quarter-final tie against Bolton and Redknapp feels Spurs have a great chance to go all the way.
"It's a great opportunity for us," Redknapp said.
"We are at home tomorrow and have a home draw in the next round so we really want to take the opportunity that we have been given.
"I would love to get to the final and to win with Tottenham. It would be great."
But the Tottenham boss was quick to warn his players against complacency against the lower league side.
He added: "If our players are expecting an easy night they will come unstuck.
"Over the years we have been involved in these sort of games enough to know that the Stevenage players will find another two yards of pace tomorrow night.
"They will be up for it. It will be a tough game and we have to make sure we are ready for that and be at our best."