The Tottenham striker is delighted to be back at Wembley after previously being there in 2009 with former club Everton and is confident new side has the quality to progress
The Frenchman returns to Wembley for the first time since his loss in the final of the 2009 competition, where he scored the fastest ever FA Cup final goal for former club Everton.
It took him just 25 seconds to find the back of the net last time, but the Blues went on to overturn the early deficit with goals from Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard and Saha is out for revenge with new club Spurs.
"I'm delighted to be back at Wembley. It will be a tough game but I’m confident that we have enough quality in the side to win," he told the club's official website.
Saha has insisted that the squad will go into the semi-final with a clear frame of mind despite Monday's loss against Norwich, which was the third time they have been defeated at home this season.
He added: "It’s the life of a footballer and a football team. You have to accept the difficult moments. The main thing is how you react. I think the belief and quality is still there and we will prove it this weekend.
"It’s a matter of showing character, how you react and showing the desire to change things around."