When and where he gets his hands on the trophy doesn't matter.
Even finding out that Portadown had been confirmed as Championship winners via a text message didn't matter.
For Ports captain Luke Wilson, nothing will take the shine off leading his hometown club back to the top flight of Northern Ireland football, nor will it diminish the pride he will feel when he does eventually raise the silverware, with a provisionally planned presentation party for last night postponed.
Ports fans will remember that they were presented with the Irish Cup on the Shamrock Park track back in 1999 when Cliftonville's disqualification from the competition led to the final being cancelled.
This time, due to coronavirus, the eventual presentation is likely to be even more low key.
"Matthew Tipton, the manager, broke the news to us on the team WhatsApp group chat. That was an unusual way to find out that we'd got promoted back to the Premiership," said the 20-year-old midfielder.
"That was the main target for us and we've achieved it, so any news, no matter how it came, was still exciting.
"It was definitely weird and all the players would have wanted to finish it in the normal way because there is no better feeling than winning trophies on the pitch in front of the fans.
"It was all about getting promoted for us though and we didn't care how. We've done it now and everyone is happy.
"It'll be a bit weird not lifting the trophy on the pitch, but just to lift a trophy for my hometown club will be a great feeling for me.
"We're hoping to get a presentation and a celebration along with that."
Wilson is one of only two players on Portadown's books - the other being Callum Ferris - who has previously played for the club in the Premiership.
Back then he was a raw 16-year-old who former manager Niall Currie was forced to turn to as relegation became an increasing inevitability after the Ports were handed a 12-point penalty at the start of the 2016-17 season due to financial irregularities.
Their return to the big time has taken longer than planned, with Tipton brought in to replace Currie along the way, and Wilson believes the Ports are ready to challenge at the higher level whenever the new season kicks off.
"Back then it was completely different. There is a whole new look about the club and at that time we were struggling badly - almost going into games expecting that we would lose," he added.
"Now we're going up and we've every confidence that we can compete with anyone in the league."