WALES lock Michael Owen is relishing his first visit to Twickenham in Saturday's RBS 6 Nations Championship clash with world champions England.
The Gwent Dragons forward said: "My only experience of Twickenham is having seen it on the telly."
Until now the only player by the name of Michael Owen most England sports fans have heard of is the Liverpool striker.
But if the 24-year-old builds on the impressive performance he put in against France two weeks ago he might make an impression.
Owen's all-round performance was hailed as one of the best lock displays by a Welshman for some time.
But the modest Owen said he was embarrassed by all the plaudits he received despite Wales going down 29-22.
"It's been embarrassing, but it's a case of trying to keep it on an even keel and don't believe it too much," said Owen, who missed the World Cup with a back injury.
"I was really, really pleased with the way it went against France, but there was still things in the performance that were disappointing.
"At the start of the Six Nations my aim was to push my case to get selected, and then it was a case of showing I could perform. Now the challenge is to sustain that performance."
Welsh coach Steve Hansen will tonight select from an injury-free squad for the clash.
Fit-again Robin McBryde is expected to be the only change.