FA Cup quarter-final weekend is here and every team is now just one win away from the Wembley arch.
And for the third round in succession we remain with Everton, who we have been with since their win over non-league Tamworth back on third round day.
The Toffees have now seen off Tamworth, Fulham and Blackpool - all at Goodison Park - to reach this stage relatively untroubled.
We have talked with true Evertonians Tony Hibbert and David Unsworth in previous rounds, but now we meet up with adopted Toffee Marouane Fellaini.
And the Belgium international insists that they go into Saturday's clash against Sunderland hopeful of making the last four.
"The confidence is high at the moment and we wanted to have a great cup run, and with a little bit of luck we can win the cup for our fans," he told Sky Sports.
"We were unlucky last time we went to the final, and we met a great team in Chelsea."
Despite being a foreign player, Fellaini is fully aware of the FA Cup and just what it means to Everton - who last lifted the famous trophy back in 1995.
"I know it is important to the fans, they always talk about the last win against Manchester United and it would be such a proud moment to win something for Everton," he said.
"I would love to repay the trust they have in me at this club, they have been fantastic to me and the fans deserve it.
"The FA Cup is a feature of world football, everyone around the world knows about the importance of the FA Cup in England."
Fellaini admits he remembers watching FA Cup finals of years gone by as he was growing up.
"As a child I would always run and get in front of the TV and follow the final of the cup, it was a privilege to play in the final and I want to do it again."
Wembley remains one of the iconic stadiums on the globe since it was rebuilt and Fellaini would love to make his mark there.
"Wembley is the ultimate stadium in the world, you can talk about the Nou Camp, Bernabeu, Old Trafford but, for me, the ultimate stadium in the world is Wembley," he said.
"Since it was renovated it is a fantastic venue and it would be an honour to grace the stadium, and my motivation is there, believe me."
Now the club are just one win away and Fellaini is not reading too much into the fact that Everton have got through comfortably to this stage.
"That is just the beauty of the cup, the draw has to be kind to you, to win it you need luck in the draw," he said.
"Hopefully that will continue for us but Sunderland are a good team and they beat Arsenal previously."
The Everton star insists nobody at the club is taking Sunderland for granted.
"Sunderland with Martin O'Neill will be very difficult to beat and with such players as Stephane Sessegnon they are a danger to us progressing," he said.
"In the cup anything can happen."
Vincent Kompany led Manchester City to glory in 2011 and Fellaini would love to follow in the footsteps of his friend and compatriot.
"It was fantastic to get the medal that you can show off when you are old, I was so happy for him," he said.
"He was always so talented but injuries slowed down his progress but as a youngster in Belgium he was awesome. With a bit of luck he will add another this season too.
"And I would like one too."