Northern Ireland stars Chris Brunt and Tony Capaldi are relishing the prospect of playing at Wembley this weekend.
Brunt could be an influential player for West Brom against Portsmouth tomorrow in the first FA Cup semi-final while Capaldi will line out for Cardiff in their last four clash with Barnsley on Sunday.
Portsmouth are the only Premier League side left in the competition, but if the previous rounds of the Cup are anything to go by that won't count for much.
Brunt says: "It is very exciting going to Wembley and I'm sure there will be a fantastic atmopshere in the stadium.
"Obviously we will hope to be going back there in May for the final, although we are well aware how tough the game with Portsmouth is going to be."
Capaldi has been a key figure for Cardiff this season and will fancy showing his skills against the side, who have beaten Liverpool and Chelsea to reach this stage.
Barnsley manager Simon Davey has ordered his players to savour Sunday's game.
"I'm going to enjoy it," enthused Davey.
"We are going to forget the league this weekend.
"For the last four weeks I've been asked questions about the FA Cup when we had the league to concentrate on and, now we're in the FA Cup, I'm being asked about the league.
"So we are forgetting about the league and having a week to concentrate on the FA Cup - and we are going to enjoy it!"