Jason St Juste hopes Boston United could be the team to help him win the FA Trophy for a second time.
The winger lifted the silverware in dramatic fashion with North Ferriby United in 2015, his side coming back from 2-0 down to earn a 3-3 draw with Wrexham, eventually winning 5-4 after a penalty shootout.
“It’s a great competition and it was a great feeling to win the Trophy - my first time at Wembley as well,” said St Juste, who turned down an international call-up for St Kitts and Nevis in their World Cup qualifier against the Turks and Caicos Islands to feature in the showpiece final two seasons ago.
“I’d love to win it again.
“Maybe I can do that with Boston United, that would be a brilliant feeling.”
It was St Juste’s 86th-minute cross which teed up teammate Ryan Kendall for the Villagers’ late leveller at Wembley.
But if he is to climb those famous steps and get his hands on the FA Trophy again, St Juste will have to help Boston by turning on the style at Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division (South) Witton Albion on Saturday (KO 3pm).
Fellow Pilgrim Waide Fairhurst was part of the FC Halifax Town squad which won the competion last season, beating Grimsby Town 1-0, but he wasn’t part of the matchday squad.
The Pilgrims famously reached the FA Trophy final in 1985.
Current club director Chris Cook scored for Boston on that day, but Wealdstone left the Twin Towers victorious with a 2-1 victory.