Oldham midfielder Robbie Simpson is hoping to realise his Wembley dream this season.
The Latics face Crewe in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy northern quarter-final on Tuesday night, a competition Simpson suffered heartache in last season while on loan at Brentford from parent club Huddersfield.
The 26-year-old picked up a losers medal when the Bees lost to Carlisle at the national stadium, but injury prevented him from playing any part in the final.
"Every player dreams of playing at Wembley when they are young and not many get there," he told Oldham's official website. "I was devastated that I wasn't able to be on the pitch playing last season and am desperate for it to happen at some time. This is the most realistic chance of me ever playing at Wembley.
"I still have my medal, which I am proud of, but I am hoping to go one better with Latics this season.
"We believe we can beat anybody in our half of the draw. And in the southern section there are only two teams left from League One and they play each other. It is a massive opportunity."