Coventry City player Dennis Wise is hoping he can add to his record in the FA Cup, in the sides fourth round replay against Middlesbrough tonight.
The midfielder has had a dream start since his move to the Sky Blues in January and he's hoping this continues at The Riverside tonight.
The ex-Premiership player has had his best ever start at a club since joining Coventry, after scoring four goals in three games and he was the hero at the Ricoh Arena last Saturday, scoring both goals that moved City into the top half of the table for the first time in 17 months.
Wise said: "I don't think I have ever had a better start at a new club. I have really enjoyed it and the lads have been fantastic and have all helped me.
"It would be nice to give the team a bit of the luck I have had in the cup, having been involved in five FA Cup finals."
Wise insisted the Sky Blues have nothing to lose tonight, whereas the hosts have everything.
The former Millwall manager felt Middlesbrough's defeat at the weekend to Aston Villa could only stand City in good stead.
"It is going to be difficult [at The Riverside] but the way we are playing, we are playing very well at the moment, we are confident and we're looking forward to it.
"Their result wasn't very good at the weekend, and if we can keep them quiet for 20 minutes it might turn the crowd a little bit."