PLAY-OFF hero Rob Edwards today looked fearlessly towards the clash with Mansfield and declared: "We owe them one!"
Town's club captain, of course, scored the late semi-final goal in front of a delirious McAlpine crowd which took Peter Jackson's side to the Millennium.
He is now driven, however, by the memories of Town's 3-1 League defeat to Mansfield on that same turf on the opening day of this month.
It was a reversal which cost Town dear - even a point would have taken them into Division II - and Edwards is keen to make amends in Monday's showpiece (3.00).
"It should be an exciting final and we saw what Mansfield are all about at our place," said Edwards, whose equaliser in the second leg was only his second goal of the season.
"They are a good attacking side, so we've got to have our wits about us, and we definitely owe them one.
"We don't want anything like that League meeting happening again and I know all the lads are up for it."
Edwards - who has scored some cracking goals in his two spells with Town - was a play-off final loser with Crewe at Wembley, where they lost on penalties to York in 1993.
"That was one to forget, so I'm hoping this will be a lot more pleasant," said Edwards, who is out of contract.
"We were all distraught after missing out on automatic down at Cheltenham, so it's been a great lift to get through to the final and, hopefully, we can carry things through.
"We will have brilliant support down there and our aim is to reward all our fans."
Edwards' father, Chris, reckons he has never seen his son play with as much passion as in the semi-final second leg against Lincoln.
"It has been a fantastic 10 days since then, because at half time our heads were down and it was looking like we were beaten," said Edwards.
Town fans should note that smoking is not allowed in the seated areas at the Millennium Stadium.
Smokers are asked to use the concourses.