When Jay McEveley runs out at Old Trafford on Saturday it will represent one of the best moments of his footballing career.
But Manchester United were also heavily involved in one of the Sheffield United skipper's favourite moments as a fan, too.
Back in 1995, a ten year old McEveley traveled to Wembley to watch his beloved Everton take on the Red Devils in the FA Cup final, and against the odds, pick up the trophy, thanks to a winner from Paul Rideout.
"I was alive for the 86 and 89 finals, the all-Merseyside finals, but the one that I remember most is Everton v Manchester United in 95," said McEveley.
"I was at Everton's Centre of Excellence at the time and they took us all down to watch that game. It was a great day out and nice to get the victory."
On this latest test against Manchester United, McEveley added: We've got a game plan, we're going to stick to it. We can score goals, we can cause teams problems with the players we've got and we're going to go there and try to do that."