Millwall captain Paul Robinson is aiming to at last put an end to the New Den club's Play-Off hoodoo by leading his team to victory in Saturday's Coca-Cola League 1 Final against Swindon Town at Wembley.
One-club man Robinson, 28, was "gutted" on the corresponding weekend last year as the Lions went down 3-2 to Scunthorpe United in the Final - that made it five times in five attempts that Millwall had failed to gain promotion via the Play-Offs.
So forget 'third time lucky,' that's well gone. And in any case, says Robinson, luck will have nothing to do with it if Kenny Jackett's team end up wiping out last season's sad memories with a victory that would be greeted ecstatically in south east London.
"Promotion is what we've been working for since the Manager took over a couple of years ago," said Robinson, "and for me - as someone who's spent his whole career here - it's what I've wanted since we got relegated from the Championship (in 2006).
"After losing last season's final I was totally gutted, sat in the Wembley dressing room, and I definitely don't want to feel that hurt again. The same goes for the rest of the lads and we've used that bitter disappointment as our driving force this season.
"We put the disappointment behind us and we've bounced back really well. We've had a very good season and narrowly missed out on automatic promotion, but now we have a second chance to go up and we're absolutely determined to take it."
Millwall ended the campaign third in the table, two places ahead of Swindon thanks to a 3-2 last day victory over the Robins and just one point behind Leeds United, who clinched the second automatic promotion spot only on that final day of the season.
The Lions followed their win - and what could now be a psychologically important result - against Swindon with a solid performance over two legs to beat Huddersfield Town 2-0 on aggregate in the Play-Off semi-final.
Now they are set for a Wembley return that will, hopes Robinson and his team-mates along with the mass of Millwall fans who will be cheering on their favourites, end happily with that Play-Off bogey finally laid to rest.
The skipper said: "We'll take confidence from our consistency over the season and our win against Swindon a couple of weeks ago, and hopefully the experience of playing at Wembley in last year's final will also work in our favour.
"But there's no way we'll under-estimate Swindon because they're a very useful side. What we will be doing though, is aiming to make history by ending that so-called Play-Off hoodoo to get the club back to the Championship."
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