Tottenham forward Rafael van der Vaart has targeted a Premier League and FA Cup double to end a productive season with tangible success.
Fourth-placed Spurs remain on course for a UEFA Champions League spot after maintaining their five-point advantage over Chelsea with Saturday's 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge.
And they could also beat the Blues to an FA Cup final spot with the London pair set to clash in the semi-finals if Harry Redknapp's men see off last-eight opponents Bolton.
A top-four finish seemed almost certain for Tottenham having pushed title rivals Manchester United and Manchester City for most of the campaign.
But they have stuttered in recent weeks with no wins in their last five outings and Van der Vaart knows their efforts will be fruitless without Champions League qualification or FA Cup success to show for them.
"We want to end in the top four and win the FA Cup - it would be great," said the Netherlands international.
"It would be a dream, especially [to play] at Wembley. So let's win Tuesday and then get Chelsea.
"The FA Cup is massive, especially the cup final.
"It's massive in Holland as well. It's still a long way to go but it's just two games and you're in the final."