Birmingham City midfielder Darren Carter will always have a special place in the club's annals after his penalty in the 2002 play-off final sent Blues into the Premiership.
Carter's spot-kick is nearly as famous in Norfolk, but for all the wrong reasons after the 21-year-old condemned Norwich City to defeat at Cardiff and, in the short-term, ended the Canaries' Premiership aspirations.
Nigel Worthington's side eventually gained promotion last term, winning the Championship in style, but they prop up the top-flight with two games remaining.
Carter knows he and his team-mates could deliver another hammer blow to Norwich tomorrow when Steve Bruce's side visit Carrow Road.
A home defeat, combined with either a win for Crystal Palace and Southampton in their match at Selhurst Park, will send Norwich down.
But Carter - in line for a recall to Bruce's squad as Darren Anderton is struggling with a Achilles injury - is prepared to ensure his popularity plummets further in Norfolk by playing the grim reaper once more. And the midfielder also says Blues owe it to their neighbours West Bromwich Albion, who are 19th, to perform well.
Carter said: "It would be unfair to the teams around Norwich and our neighbours down the road at West Bromwich Albion if we came down and didn't play.
"I know the gaffer [Bruce] is also big pals with Albion manager Bryan Robson anyway so it's a game we want to win.
"We are looking for the three points but we've been inconsistent to say the least this year.
"We have got a fantastic squad of players and when we do hit a bit of form we are a good team but it is just doing that on a regular basis."
Tomorrow's game is arguably Norwich's most important game since they clashed with Birmingham at the Millennium Stadium three years ago.
Three points, coupled with a win at Fulham on the final day of the season, would give Norwich real hope of surviving.
It is certain to be a tense occasion for the sell-out 24,000 crowd, but Carter has already illustrated he can perform well in such circumstances as his penalty showed in Cardiff.
"At the time I was so confident," said Carter, who spent three months on loan at Sunderland earlier this season. "But if you put me in that position again I'd probably go to pieces!"
Bruce, whose side are 13th, is predicting an fantastic atmosphere tomorrow and the match certainly promises to be a colourful and loud occasion after Worthington urged the Norwich fans to get behind their side.
Worthington said: "The atmosphere at our last home game against Charlton was fantastic.
"I bet on Saturday it will be even louder and that's vital as it really gives the team a tremendous lift.
"Hopefully everybody will bring their flags, banners and scarves and contribute to an electric atmosphere on the day - and hopefully come five o'clock we'll all be celebrating three more points." n Barry Fry's new role at Peterborough will be director of football when he steps down as manager.
The voluble former Birmingham City boss will take charge of team affairs for the last time against Port Vale on Saturday and his priority thereafter will be to generate the cash to help the relegated club climb out of League Two.
"My role will be to get money into this club and that means selling players, if we have anyone to sell!" he said.