Nathan Tyson is determined to bring the glory days back to Nottingham Forest.
The former Reading and Wycombe Wanderers hit-man is aiming to put the spotlight back on the Midlands club when they travel to meet Premiership champions Chelsea in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday.
The days when Forest ruled English and European football are long in the past, as their recent decline has seen them drop to the third tier of English football.
Despite Colin Calderwood's side flying high in League One, Tyson wonders how Forest have ended up in their current position.
"I always pop through in the trophy room and it's amazing to be part of a club that has this kind of history," Tyson told the Daily Express.
"There is only a replica of the European Cup, but I still like to kiss it.
"I just like looking at the achievements and you don't get to see it at other clubs - especially when we're only players in League One.
"It's overwhelming to see what the past was like and you can't fail to be inspired by it.
"But sometimes I look around here and think, 'Where did it all go so wrong?'."
Despite having the chance to topple one of the Premiership giants on Sunday, Tyson stressed that Forest's priority is promotion to the Championship this term.
"We can't distract ourselves from the main aim of the season, which is promotion," he added.
"This is the most important thing and the manager has drilled that into us from day one.
"If we got a good cup run, it was going to be a bonus because we all know we're not going to win the FA Cup - unless a nuclear bomb hits all the clubs in the Premiership.
"Things happen and we could beat Chelsea, but we need to get out of this league.
"The gaffer has made it very, very clear that we need to be in the Championship next season."