QPR's Hogan Ephraim is already setting his sights on a fifth round clash against Manchester United after being left out last time.
What made it even worse when he missed out on the Carling Cup trip to Manchester United in November is that he is a boyhood fan of Sir Alex Ferguson's side, but was left to warm the bench while his teammates graced the Theatre of Dreams.
Rangers face a trip to West Brom or Peterborough in the FA Cup fourth round if they overcome Burnley in Tuesday's replay, but the 20-year-old is already setting his sights on a fifth round clash against Ronnie and Rooney.
For the former West Ham United winger said: "I didn't get to play at Old Trafford, but if we get through they're the team I want. I've supported them all my life,so being on the bench and not coming on was probably the worst moment I've had in football."
However, Ephraim admits he would be willing to wait a year to fulfil a childhood dream if it meant the Rs were promoted this season.
"If you ask any team in this league promotion is the aim," he added. "But a good cup run doesn't hurt anybody. It's been a while since QPR have had one.We've played Manchester United and Chelsea in the past two seasons, and we want more days like that."