West Ham United starlet Blair Turgott can hardly believe his luck as he contemplates running out at Wembley in Sunday's Capital One Cup final against Swansea City.
The 18-year-old winger penned a short-term loan deal at Bradford City in November, a stint that has coincided with the Bantams' scarcely believable run to the League Cup final.
In just two months Turgott has racked up eleven appearances for the npower League Two outfit, including memorable Capital One Cup cameos against both Arsenal and Aston Villa.
Wembley now awaits for the young man and whatever transpires on Sunday he has every intention of savouring what is sure to a special weekend.
"Of course, when you're young, you want to be involved in games like this," Turgott told whufc.com. "To play at somewhere like Wembley will be a great experience, if I'm given the chance. I'm looking forward to it and everyone's buzzing to be fair.
"While I've been on loan here, I've had a chance to get on the pitch and feel the atmosphere in all the games leading up to the final. That was brilliant to be involved in and whatever happens individually for me, I know it will be a great experience and a great day for everyone.
"A company in Bradford have sorted us out with suits and we're going to look smart and sharp. We're going to look the part going up there, so it's going to be good."
Turgott has become part of a strong West Ham contingent at Valley Parade, with former Hammers Kyel Reid and Zavon Hines also plying their trade with the West Yorkshire club. All three could yet be involved in Sunday's Wembley showpiece, as Bradford bid to topple a fourth Barclays Premier League side in the competition.
"When I first started it was nice to have some familiar faces, because obviously I knew Zavon and Reidy from West Ham," Turgott explained. "It's always nice to share occasions like this with people you know.
"But I think once I've been here the boys themselves have been great. To be fair, they're a good set of lads. You can see by the things you've all witnessed that we definitely deserve to be here.
"We obviously realise we're underdogs going into it. Especially as we've come this far, to win it would be the icing on the cake. But with the backing and recognition the club has had, it has been great for everyone involved and as players we're going to try and win it. We'll take it as it comes and just enjoy the moment.
"Three months ago I was at West Ham playing in the Development Squad. When I had the chance to come out on loan I did hear they had the Arsenal game. But it's a dream to play at Wembley and to be involved in a cup final and being so young as well, it can only be good for my career going forward."