York City boss Gary Mills has his sights set on a Wembley return ahead of their Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie with Coventry.
City tasted glory on their last visit to the capital, the scene of their return to the Football League after victory over Luton in the Conference play-off final.
Now Mills is plotting another trip south as the Minstermen bid to win their first ever piece of league silverware.
"We want to get to Wembley and win this competition," he told the Yorkshire Post ahead of the match at Bootham Crescent.
"So we will approach it wanting to win. It is certainly not a game where we will say, 'let's have a look at a few and hope they do well'.
"The team I send out will be one I believe can beat Coventry. Of course, I have a decision to make. Is it time for a couple to have a rest? We have had a lot of games lately and there are also some that deserve a chance."