Fulham FC winger Clint Dempsey has earmarked a row of seats at Wembley for the FA Cup Final.
The American winger believes Fulham's form could see the Whites walk out on the hallowed turf in May for the second time in their history - and he wants his entire family to be there.
In this case, mom, dad, brothers Ron, Lance, and sister Crystal, would all have to make the 4,000-mile trip from the Dempsey home in Texas to join the player's wife Bethany before waving Fulham flags alongside the stars-and-stripes.
First, the team have to bypass an in-form Swansea at the Liberty Stadium tomorrow. But the man from Nacogdoches via the MLS League, knows it's only another two matches after that to equal the feat of the famous 1975 Fulham team.
He said: "If we got to the final my family would definitely come over.
"Having a cup run would make the season special - and maybe this time it's us. In my time at Fulham in the FA or Carling Cup, we haven't done well, and I haven't scored in either competition. I feel that could change this time."
Diomansy Kamara is targeting Fulham's home match against West Brom on Sunday week for an astounding comeback.
The remarkable recovery of the Senegalese striker following cruciate ligament damage last summer has him hoping to bypass a spell in the reserves.
Kamara believes he is almost ready to challenge for a place in the first team.
He said: "It might not necessarily be the reserves.
"I'm hoping it will be the first-team group I rejoin, and I'm feeling in excellent shape."