It's 20 years since Leicester City last won the League Cup when they beat Tranmere Rovers in the last final at the old Wembley Stadium.
A lot has happened since then. 12 Managers have come and gone, a new ground was built, three promotions achieved, two relegations suffered and administration incurred.
Now though with new owners at the helm and a Manager with enormous experience in charge things are looking up for the Foxes, as they prepare to host West Bromwich Albion in Round 4.
Sven-Goran Eriksson became the 38th permanent Manager when he agreed a two-year contract at the Walkers Stadium.
Now four years after he left his position as England Manager he's eyeing a trip to Wembley, which would be his first as Manager as the ground was being rebuilt during his time with the Three Lions.
Speaking ahead of the match, Eriksson who is targeting promotion back to the Premier League, admitted he is desperate to play at the national stadium:
"It's strange, I think the first game which I was in charge was the first game played outside Wembley. It was then they started to knock it down," Eriksson told The Sun.
"And the first game I was not in charge after the World Cup was at Wembley so I've never managed a team there.
"But I was pretty sure I would have done — because they said Wembley would be ready!
"Hopefully, it's perhaps my destiny to get there another time. This game is important, we'll take it very seriously. If we win, it's just two rounds from Wembley.
"I know of the club's history in the competition and of course we will be taking it seriously," he added.
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