Chelsea captain John Terry is keen to experience more FA Cup glory this season after the Blues booked their place in the fourth round with a convincing weekend win at Watford.
The west Londoners defeated the Championship outfit 5-0 and the England centre-back is optimistic that the Blues can repeat their triumph of last season when they beat Everton in the final.
Such a run would also give the youngsters in the squad such as Daniel Sturridge and Gael Kakuta valuable experience, just as the competition had provided in the past for Terry's generation of players.
"We love winning the FA Cup at this club, we've done it a few times and we want to do it again," said Terry, according to Press Association Sport.
"It was such a big thing when I first came here. I was at Wembley in 1997, still a schoolboy, when Dennis Wise led the boys to the first trophy in 26 years.
"That day Jody Morris was on the bench as well and it was really important in giving us the belief we could make it here.
"I honestly believe there are some youngsters at Chelsea now who can make this year's FA Cup work for them in the same way."