Aaron Hughes insists lightning won't strike twice when Fulham FC visit non-league minnows Kettering Town in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Jimmy Bullard, Paul Konchesky and Clint Dempsey were the Northern Irishman's other team-mates who were dumped out at Bristol Rovers last season - the third time they've crashed out to lower-league opposition in cup ties during the last four years.
And Hughes has more reason than most for wanting a decent FA Cup run - he's missed out on a final place FOUR times.
He was just a youngster when former club Newcastle lost to Arsenal and Manchester United in 1998 and 1999 respectively, and was a beaten semi-finalist twice with the Magpies since.
But Hughes hopes it's fifth time lucky this time, starting with victory at Rockingham Road on Saturday.
He said: "Hopefully we can learn from that Rovers defeat. It was one of my lowest moments in football.
"It's never easy going of the FA Cup. When you're a Premier League side you want to stay in as long as you can."