Two Premiership titles, three League Cups and three County Antrim Shields, but something is missing from Joe Gormley's trophy cabinet and he wants to rectify matters.
The one trophy that has eluded the record-breaking Cliftonville striker is the Irish Cup, something he intends to address over the next five days.
The Reds take on Belfast rivals Glentoran in a Semi-Final tie at Windsor Park tomorrow night, with the decider set for the same venue on Friday.
While acknowledging the challenge ahead tomorrow night, the Ardoyne man admits it would be a dream to lift the Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup.
"It would complete the set, wouldn't it?" smiles the 30-year-old hitman. "Glentoran are going to be a tough proposition, but I play for Cliftonville to win.
"I've played in two Irish Cup Finals and lost both. It's a special day and I'd love to win it, of course. My view is if you don't want to compete, you shouldn't be here.
"And if you are going to win the Irish Cup, you have to beat the big teams somewhere along the line. I have a pretty good record against the Glens. I've played them twice in the European Play-Off Final and I scored in both games.
"But that's in the past and we know we can't afford to give less than 100%. I think we have trained hard and trained well, so we are ready."
The coronavirus pandemic has blighted the season and preparation for the concertinaed Semi-Finals and Final, and it may be the teams that hit the ground running will have an edge.
Gormley concedes it has been difficult since lockdown but insists Paddy McLaughlin (left) and his team have what it takes to succeed.
He adds: "Obviously, because of Covid-19, it has been a bit of a nightmare. Football stopped and I had to just keep ticking over myself.
"We didn't know how long it would be before football returned, so we just had to keep on going throughout and it was tough going at times.
"I missed football big time and when I first went back to training I was a bit rusty, but we are looking good now.
"Paddy is one of the best in the country and I'm not just saying that. He has everyone well drilled and some of his play is incredible.
"We have a good mix of youth and experience in the team and we are very strong as a group, our spirit is great.
"Paddy is from Derry, and he has signed a few Derry lads, but there is no split in the camp, we are totally united.
"The Derry boys will meet up with us from Belfast socially, which is great. I played golf with Levi Ives and Stevie Garrett last week and we have Conor McMenamin, the joker in the pack - he's a character and a funny guy.
"There is a togetherness there in the squad that creates a tight bond and we all want the same thing; success.
"The Final is the lure for us going into the Glentoran game. If you don't have that, there's something wrong."