Coleraine hero Aaron Traynor started this season fighting his way back from a serious injury. He would love to end it by helping the Bannsiders complete one of the most successful campaigns in their history with the club's loyal supporters uppermost in his mind.
The League Cup is already in the bank. If Oran Kearney's side overcome derby rivals Ballymena United at Windsor Park tomorrow, they will have a shot at Irish Cup Final success, and this after finishing runners-up to Linfield in the Premiership, which ended prematurely due to the coronavirus pandemic and was decided on a points-per-game basis.
Coleraine were four points behind the Blues with seven games left when football was halted. They never got the chance to see how that story would end. No doubt that will be a motivational factor tomorrow.
Traynor insists that the thought of fan power will also drive the Bannsiders, even though there won't be spectators inside the ground.
"The Coleraine fans are fantastic and we owe them so much," he says.
"They have followed us through thick and thin and have stuck by us and we would love to win the Irish Cup for them again after doing it two years ago.
"To be honest, it is going to be strange with no fans at the Semi-Final. When the going gets tough, our supporters are a big help and they can inspire you to win as well.
"We normally bring a great following to Windsor and, although that won't be the case this time, it doesn't mean we won't be thinking about how much reaching the Final would mean to them."
From a personal point of view, it would mean the world to Traynor, too.
It was last September that he made his long-awaited return to action after being out for 10 months with an anterior cruciate ligament injury picked up the season before.
Just like when Coleraine won the Irish Cup in 2018 and finished tucked behind Crusaders in a thrilling title race, Traynor has shown his worth to the side since his comeback with consistent and committed performances.
"It was tough being out for so long," he adds.
"Coming back earlier in the season was brilliant and I would love to top it off with another medal. People underestimate how hard it is to come back from an ACL, so if we were to add the Irish Cup to the League Cup and second position in the League, it would be a good tale to tell," says Traynor.
"Oran has said that we could be one of the most successful Coleraine teams ever. We may not have won the League but over a short period we could lift three trophies, which would be incredible for the club.
"We aren't looking past the Ballymena game, though. It is a derby and it will be difficult. Before the break, with League form, we had momentum and they may have had their heads down. Now it is a clean slate.
"I think big Davy Jeffrey may have a trick up his sleeve personnel or formation-wise but we will get our best players in their best positions and will go into the game with self-belief, and hopefully our desire and quality can see us through."