MARCUS Bean is desperate to get past Charlton Athletic tonight to have another shot at playing at Wembley.
Brentford host the Addicks in front of the Sky TV cameras in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern section semi-final, with the winners a game away from a date at the home of football.
Bean suffered heartbreak in 2007 when he missed out on a place in Blackpool's squad for their League One play-off final victory at Wembley.
But he is determined to realise a boyhood dream by playing at the famous stadium, and sees no reason why it can't be this season – either in the JPT or play-offs.
He said: "It was a horrible feeling being at Wembley but not playing, or even being on the bench.
"I missed out on playing at the Millenium Stadium while I was at QPR as well.
"Every kid dreams of playing at Wembley one day and I'm no different.
"It's something I want to rectify in my career, and the JPT gives us a chance to get there."
However, Bean admits he would trade a JPT winners' medal for a shot at promotion in an instant.
"The league is definitely our priority," he added, "but the JPT is something we are taking seriously.
"At the end of the day it's a chance to get to Wembley."
Brentford are offering reduced admission prices for the game.
Tickets are priced at £12.50 adults, £10 seniors, £5 juniors.