A Cup final song? A Question of Sport special? A place in the history books as part of the last FA Cup final at the Millennium Stadium? Not for Birmingham City's Stephen Clemence. All he wants out of the season is 17th place in the Premiership.
Clemence was an integral part of the Birmingham side that disposed of Reading in the FA Cup fourth round replay on Tuesday night yet the industrious midfielder feels next to no romance for knockout competition.
Presented with a choice between a cup final appearance - he has yet to make one - and a rather ignominious but relegation-free league position, Clemence had no hesitation in choosing to forego an end-of-season trip to the tailor.
"I would definitely take fourth from bottom. The Premiership is the place to play your football," said the 27-year-old.
The inference is that even though they must go to Stoke City's Britannia Stadium in just over a week's time for an eminently winnable fifth round tie, Birmingham already face 14 cup finals and each one of them a fixture in the Premiership.
Third bottom in the table and five points adrift from safety, Blues are in real danger of ending their stay in the top flight after four seasons.
League survival is the main thing and Clemence has no desire to emulate Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion by making it through to the final but suffering relegation at the same time.
"Of course, as footballers, every time you go out you want to win but it [the Cup] is not that significant, our main aim is to stay in the Premiership," he said.
"If we fell out of the Premiership it would be a massive blow, certainly financially because we have a few decent players in now and a big squad. The biggest problem for the club would be holding on to the big names," he said.
Their next opponents, West Ham United, could vouch for that. After they lost their top-flight status in 2003 they also waved goodbye to Lee Bowyer, Trevor Sinclair, Glen Johnson, Freddie Kanoute, Joe Cole, David James and Jermain Defoe.
Clemence could not bear to see that happen at St Andrew's. "I am sure that the club would have to get rid of one or two," he said. "I am hoping it doesn't but you have to take everything into account, how the player feels particularly.
"Some of them might not want to play in the Championship and the club would be looking at wages and revenue as well. Thankfully that's not for me to worry about.
"If it happened there would still be plenty of us around to try and get straight back up. I don't think everyone would jump ship - it's your responsibility to make sure you get back up but let's hope it doesn't come to that."
Certainly Birmingham have fulfilled their part recently by losing just three of their last 11 games, and two of those to Arsenal and Chelsea.
And with matches against Middlesbrough, Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion to come after next Monday's trip to Upton Park, Clemence can see a route through the mire.
"There is plenty of fight left, the result against Reading showed that. Since Christmas we have picked up a hell of a lot," he said.
"There has been the odd blip but if we can continue our form since Christmas then I am sure we will pick up enough points." And then maybe enjoy an FA Cup final for the occasion it should be, wherever it is played.