Chris Coleman is so fed up with listening to Steve Ogrizovic banging on about the glory days at Coventry City - he is on a mission to make his own entry into the history books at the Ricoh Arena.
Coleman recently celebrated 12 months in charge of the Coca-Cola Championship club and, after an inauspicious start, is now stamping his authority on the Sky Blues.
But few know just how much he is driven on, on a daily basis, by having to listen to the "good old days" stories of legendary Coventry 'keeper Ogrizovic.
Big Oggy is now the goalkeeping coach at the Ricoh and behind the impressive form of Kieran Westwood, but that does not stop him constantly talking about Coventry's 1987 FA Cup win over Tottenham Hostpur.
Coleman said: "The Ricoh has only ever sold out for events other than football. So that is special, but we want to sell the place out every week. At least then it might shut Oggy up.
"I have to listen to him every day going on about winning the FA Cup. If I have to hear it and the players have to hear it one more time it will drive us all mad.
"We joke about it, but in all seriousness, that was the last thing our fans had to shout about. They have had nothing since then and I want to change that."
Coleman has been named Coca-Cola Championship Manager of the Month for February after steering the Sky Blues on an impressive push towards the Play-Offs.
"The Manager of the Month award shows that we have been doing things right and getting good results for February, but we have to do that consistently.
"We have to be in the top six and getting big crowds at home and making the fans come and watch us because we are playing good football.
"I know they are all excited about Chelsea, but to me that is a hindrance, because The Football League is the most important thing to all of us."
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