AFC Wimbledon's Seb Brown is determined to beat Bradford in Saturday's FA Cup tie - and secure a meeting with Liverpool.
The goalkeeper was not born when Wimbledon wrote themselves into FA Cup folklore by beating the Anfield giants in the 1988 final.
But the boyhood Dons fans would love a repeat of that famous afternoon, when Lawrie Sanchez's goal secured an amazing a 1-0 win.
"I celebrated my 22nd birthday last week and if I could have one wish granted, it would be for AFC Wimbledon to have an FA Cup third-round tie against Liverpool to look forward to in the new year," he told the Evening Standard.
"The tournament belongs to the underdog and everyone, especially Liverpool, knows that Wimbledon have a good reputation when it comes to causing an upset.
"I would love to get the chance to play them and see if we can emulate what the Crazy Gang did in 1988, but, first things first, we have a difficult tie at Bradford on Saturday to get through."