Niko Kranjcar doesn't get excited at anything, according to his QPR team-mate.
But when Rangers beat Wigan in the semi-final play-off to set a date with Derby, even the Croatian reckoned it was 'one of the best moments' of his career said Nedum Onuoha.
Kranjcar has been to Wembley with his country and with Portsmouth in the FA Cup final.
It was his goal after eight minutes against England in November 2007 that kickstarted the slide out of the European Championship on an infamous night where a certain Steve McClaren hosited a brolly that protected him from the rain, but not the abuse.
Fast forward seven years, and the same McClaren may come to hate the name Niko again on Saturday when both return to the home of football.
But the other side of Kranjcar is a guy so laid back it's difficult to tell whether he's still breathing reckons Onuoha, who in contrast is making his Wembley debut.
"Niko Kranjcar is one of the most relaxed guys I’ve ever met,” Onuoha said. “
“Sometimes you don’t know whether he’s alive or not, but after the semi-final he reckoned it was one of the best feelings he’s had in his career, and this is someone whose played for his country and in the Champions League.
"So you can imagine how a big a game this is."
Kranjcar picked up a slight hamstring strain against Wigan in the seocnd leg but told the club's official website, he will be ready for Saturday.
"It's only a minor injury, I'm going to be OK," he said.
It’s good – only a minor injury,” Kranjcar said with confidence. “I’m going to be okay.”