Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany tells ITV's Gabriel Clarke that the FA Cup is still as important as it ever was for the club.
The East Manchester outfit face Chelsea on Sunday in a semi-final at Wembley, with the big Belgian excited by the prospect of leading his team out once more.
"To play at Wembley is one of the greatest prizes of a football career," Kompany admits. "I savour it every time I play there."
The club has drastically changed in recent seasons following heavy investment both on and off the field, with the skipper surprised by how quickly they have progressed.
"I think we've overachieved, but we've set the standard and we can't go under that now. That's the aim."