FULHAM keeper Mark Schwarzer is desperate to go all the way in the Europa League to erase four years of heartache.
The Australian was a beaten finalist with Middlesbrough under the competition's former guise of the UEFA Cup against Seville in 2006.
But Schwarzer has got another shot at glory when the Whites take on Wolfsburg in the quarter-final first leg at Craven Cottage on Thursday night.
And he insists he won't let the opportunity slip out of his grasp.
He said: "It's always heartbreaking to lose a major final. It was an amazing accomplishment for Middlesbrough .
"We lost 4-0, but I don't think that was a fair reflection of how the match went.
"We were a goal down with 15 minutes left and pushed forward, and they hit us on the break.
"To have the opportunity to play in another final again would be unbelievable.
"The team's hungry to be successful and it's showed in our performances so far. I'd love to go all the way."