Glentoran defender Keith Cowan insists he'll have no problem volunteering for another penalty shoot-out - but is hoping tonight's Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup final against Ballymena United will not go that far.
Although the east Belfast men triumphed in their semi-final decider against Cliftonville on Monday night, the big Donegal man fluffed his lines from the spot, having his shot saved by Richard Brush.
Cowan was, however, one of Glentoran's big performers on the night and turned in possibly his best performance in the famous red, green and black since moving to the Oval in January.
"We have been taking penalties in training over the past few weeks and the guys have been keeping records of who was scoring and who wasn't," says Cowan.
"I actually did really well, so I was asked to take one, although I was slightly surprised.
"It's a great opportunity to become a hero, but it can also go the other way - which it did for me. I thought I was going to be the villain for a while, until Elliott (Morris) pulled off a great save.
"It's one of those things. If it goes to penalties again, I'll certainly stand up and try to do better. Hopefully, it will not go that far. It would be nice to do the business in the 90 minutes.
"We were just relieved to be in the final. It was a bit of a marathon and it was a big ask for both teams, especially as the game was played at such a high tempo.
"It was a credit to the guys who kept themselves in shape over the lockdown since March. Our lads left everything out there on the pitch, they ran themselves into the ground. It was a credit to both teams for the spectacle they put on and a great advertisement for the league."
Although Cowan has never sampled an Irish Cup final, he is relishing the prospect of appearing in his first one.
He adds: "There will be no build-up and a lot different to what the players were used to.
"I've seen finals on television and I know they are big occasions. It's a great day for everyone involved.
"This one will be low key, but if you ask any of the players, it will be every bit important.
"There is still a huge carrot dangling in front of both sides in terms of winning a major trophy and qualifying for European football. So everyone will be just as excited.
"The financial aspect of it is also massive. That money is the lifeblood for Irish League clubs.
"But we'll be fully focused on Ballymena United apart from anything else. They are a great team and are well marshalled by an experienced manager in David Jeffrey. They'll have done their homework on us."
Former Finn Harps man Cowan adds: "Sometimes cup finals can be drab affairs because there is so much at stake, but I think this has the making of a really good, open game.
"I think the two teams will go for it and give it a real rattle.
"As a squad of players, we know the fans give us so much support over the course of the season, it would be great to deliver the Irish Cup back to them as a reward."