The booze will be flowing in the blue half of the Midlands in May if Birmingham City win promotion to the Premiership, but don't expect new recruit Robin Shroot to be supping.
The 20-year-old Londoner was snapped up by the Championship outfit from Harrow Borough last week and immediately set his sights on helping them achieve promotion back to the Premiership at the first attempt after they were relegated last season.
Should Alex McGleish lead his charges back to the promised land Blues fans will celebrate by drinking the City's bars dry, but Shroot won't be a Champagne Charlie. He says he is a die-hard teetotaller who has never touched a drop of alcohol, such is his dedication to training and desire to reach the top of the game.
"I've never drunk in my life," said the former AFC Wimbledon prodigy, who has signed a two and a half year deal. "Alcohol just isn't for me."
And that is not the only wagon he plans to stay on. Birmingham sit third in the Championship, level on points with second placed Reading, who have a better goal difference.
They also have a tantalising FA Cup Third Round clash with local rivals Wolves, rearranged for next Tuesday after the big freeze got the better of St Andrews last Saturday.
That spelt disappointment for Shroot, who was one of seven Blues substitutes for the game. The Northern Ireland U21 starlet, however, hopes he is in the squad again next week.
"I was disappointed (it was postponed) but I can't wait to get back out there and warm up," he said. "I think 25,000 fans were expected for the game and it will be the same on Tuesday. I don't know if I will be selected but I am raring to go."
Shroot, who has been living in a Midlands hotel since departing Earlsmead, was courted by a dozen clubs from the Football League but he insists his mind was set on joining Birmingham once he had been invited for trials.
"As soon as I stepped into the ground I told my agent this was the place for me," added the versatile winger. "Everyone has been really good to me, it is a really friendly club and the facilities here are brilliant.
"Guys like Damien Johnson, Lee Carsley, Marcus Bent and Maik Taylor have made me feel welcome while the manager is a top man.
He has given me the chance to do my thing and I want to relish every minute of it. It's a challenge but we want to be back playing in the Premiership next season."
Shroot also hopes the move will enhance his international prospects and plans to learn from his new team-mates that have been there and done it.
"I'm training with experienced international players and that can only benefit me. But first things first. I have to work hard and take each day as it comes. I believe in myself and will get my head down and train hard."
Shroot, who has been handed squad number 32, says he will always be grateful to Harrow Borough for helping thrust him into the shop window and his mentor Jamie Lawrence, the club's coach.
"I'll always have a soft spot for Harrow," commented the midfielder. "They are the reason I have gone from non-league football to international football and now to a league club. I'll always look out for their results.
"As for Jamie, I worked with him at his soccer school for three years and he has been the main influence on me getting to where I am. I still speak to him almost every day and he is always giving me good advice."
And while Shroot hopes to be flamboyant on the pitch he insists he will not be off it. "I'm quite a home boy. I like spending time at home or, at the moment, my hotel on my laptop. I'm not the extravagant type."
Birmingham boss McGleish was delighted with his new acquisition.
"He's a very interesting player," said the Scot. "He's an inter-active player, easy on the eye, who takes the ball. I felt he was worth the chance."