Having denied his current Chester FC teammate, Ross Hannah, Wembley glory two years ago, Johnny Hunt is hoping that FA Trophy glory this season can bring a winners medal for them both.
Hunt netted the winning penalty for Wrexham in the 2013 Trophy final at Wembley to secure a shootout triumph over Grimsby Town, for who Hannah was leading the line that day.
And having experienced walking up the Wembley steps to lift one of non-league football's biggest prizes, Hunt is keen to see the Blues build on their 2-0 first round success at AFC Telford on Saturday and give Chester fans the trip to the iconic home of English football that has eluded them for 130 years.
"Me and Ross have a bit of banter about it still and I don't think he has forgiven me for it to be honest," said left-back Hunt, an ever-present this term since joining in the summer from Cambridge United.
"It was one of the best days of my footballing career and something I'll always remember. I know how good it feels to win the competition so I want to be able to do that with this group of lads this season.
"I know Ross was on the losing side back then so it would be great if we could win the Trophy at Wembley on the same side. There's no reason why we can't go on and do that this season.
Chester ended a two-year wait for a home draw in a cup competition after being handed a home tie against Evo-Stik Southern Premier League side Hungerford Town, but Hunt insists that the Blues won't be taking the Berkshire side lightly when they meet at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on January 16.
"We have got to be wary of them as they're doing well in their league and they'll be wanting to cause an upset against us," said Hunt.
"We'll have to make sure that we do a professional job, just like we did at Telford in tough conditions, and we should be OK."
Having won the competition in 2013, Hunt knows full well what is needed to enjoy a run to the final and cites home advantage as being a key factor in achieving success.
"If you can get a few favourable home draws then that is a big help," said Hunt.
"We've got one in the next round and we didn't have to travel so far in the last round. If you can limit the amount of travelling then it really helps, but you have to hope that the draws are pretty kind too.
"The Trophy can really keep our season alive. We want to break into the top half come the end of the season and I think that if we can do that and enjoy a long run in the Trophy then we have to consider that as a pretty good season."