Sarah McFadden wants to go walking in a Windsor wonderland after playing a major part in Northern Ireland's history-making qualification for the Women's Euro 2022 finals.
It's 11 years since they last played there, and Sarah, who was in the team that faced France, sees a return to the national stadium as a crucial must-happen part of the team's preparation for the tournament.
While reluctant to move away from Crusaders' Seaview ground - where they have now gone four games unbeaten - for the 2023 World Cup qualifiers in the autumn, Sarah believes a glamour friendly at Windsor Park as a send-off next summer would set them up perfectly for the Euro Finals.
Without it, she fears that both the full-time players and the local-based stars will fail to adjust to the big stage in England, having experienced nerves in front of 30,000 at PSV Eindhoven's Philips Stadium a few years ago.
"We have so many good memories of playing at Seaview now. To play at Windsor would be unbelievable, but I just don't know if it's us yet - it is going to have to be," said Sarah.
"Every international break now we are going to want to play games, and even if we could get friendlies at Windsor.
"It depends who we get in our group for the World Cup. We could end up the same as last time when we had the Netherlands and Norway or an Italy. These are the teams we are going to be facing on that big stage next summer, so maybe then that's when we need to play at Windsor against these big teams."
Although the smallest and lowest ranked country to have qualified, there is every chance that Northern Ireland will be among the largest supported teams at the finals, and that would mean the players playing in front of the biggest crowds they have ever experienced.
Even the WSL trio of Simone Magill, Chloe McCarron and Rebecca Holloway play in front of small crowds, although Simone Magill and Rachel Furness have played at Premier League stadiums within the last couple of years - albeit on just a couple of occasions.
"We don't want to potentially be going out at Old Trafford for the first game, which would be against England, and young players freezing - or old players too, we'd all be freezing," added Sarah.
"We definitely need something. Any time we have played in the past against decent crowds, even in Norway there was less than 10,000 there and we weren't half as good as we were at home with a smaller crowd.
"Even the Netherlands game in 2018, we absolutely choked. They scored early on from a mistake and they put it on the big screen and kept replaying it. The whole thing, from start to finish we just couldn't wait until the game was over.
"We just weren't used to that, 35,000 people shouting and anything that we did wrong the crowd was on us all the time.
"We do need to play in front of crowds and get used to it.
"We are going to need experience of playing in big stadiums in front of big crowds before we go to the Euros.
"Rachel Furness and Simone Magill will have played a few games in the WSL with crowds like that, but for the rest of us the most we've probably had was a one-off here or there, so we need to do something.
"Simone played in a Merseyside derby at Anfield and Rachel in a north London derby at Tottenham, so at least a couple of them have that experience of playing well at a big stadium."