Jamie Carragher is determined to help Liverpool to a first appearance at the new Wembley, but recognises the Carling Cup represents a significant challenge.
A 2-0 win over Chelsea on Tuesday night booked Kenny Dalglish's team a place in the semi-finals, where they could meet Manchester City, Cardiff, or Manchester United, if Sir Alex Ferguson's men overcome Crystal Palace.
Carragher knows a two-legged meeting with either of the Manchester sides will prove a tough test, but the former England international is desperate to make it to Wembley with his hometown club.
The defender won FA Cups and League Cups at the Millennium Stadium while Wembley was being redeveloped, however, Liverpool have not made it to the home of English football since it reopened in 2007.
Carragher told his club's official website: "I've played at Wembley once or twice for England, but I've never done it for Liverpool.
"I'd love to do that, but when we have got to cup finals they have been in Cardiff so I've never been there with Liverpool.
"There is a still a semi-final to play over two legs and there are some massive sides in there so it is going to be very tough. We'll take the semi-final very seriously."
Carragher was also full of praise for England Under 21 defender Martin Kelly, who headed Liverpool's second goal against Chelsea after Maxi Rodriguez had opened the scoring.
"Kelly is a young lad coming through, he's still learning the game. He can learn off Glen Johnson, England's right-back," he said.
"But hopefully in the future Martin Kelly will be in that position himself and he showed that."