REWIND to the first week of 2006.
That's all any Town player needs to do for FA Cup inspiration, according to full-back Andy Holdsworth.
On January 7, of course, Town visited Stamford Bridge to play Premiership champions Chelsea in the third round of the famous old competition.
Over 6,000 Town fans made the journey and a crowd of 41, 650 watched as Jose Mourinho's Blues were pushed all the way before pinching a 2-1 victory.
Holdsworth remembers the occasion well and also the fact that Town had to battle through two very unglamorous ties - against Welling United and Worcester City - to get there.
Now, League I rivals Blackpool are the first-round opposition at the Galpharm tomorrow (3.00) and the 22-year-old does not underestimate the importance of the result.
"We all want a good run in the FA Cup and it's a massive incentive to the players to think back and realise what happened to us last season with Chelsea," said Holdsworth, who returned after a three-match injury absence in the 1-1 draw against Scunthorpe.
"It was a brilliant game down at Stamford Bridge and vital for the club as well because it brought some money in, but the only thing on our minds at the moment is trying to beat Blackpool.
"Everyone knows it would be great to go through to a really big tie again - if that could happen in the third round it would be great - but we've got to earn that right.
"That means performing well against Blackpool, who are going well, and then hopefully getting another good tie in the second round - but we've got to focus on getting it right against Blackpool before we can think about anything else."
Holdsworth is happy to be back, even if it's come at a cost to his close friend Aaron Hardy, and his top priority is helping Town improve on ninth place in the table.
"Consistency is what we need and we haven't really had it so far this season," he said.
"We need a good long run in the League to get us right up there among the challengers - and I'm talking about putting six or seven wins together, not two or three.
"With the League, it always comes down to who is up there at the top after Christmas, so we have to make sure we are one of those clubs.
"There's still lots of time to go and plenty of matches to play, but a good run now would be a massive help to us and, hopefully, that can come alongside a good run in the Cup."
On his return, Holdsworth added: "I was 100% fit and I really enjoyed playing again, even though I was a bit tired towards the end and felt like I'd been out for a month.
"My ankle was fine and my groins were fine and hopefully I'll now have another long run in the team without any problems.
"It's unfortunate for Azza (Hardy) to miss out because he's done very, very well this season.
"The same thing happened to me in my first season as a pro, though, and he'll bounce back from it because he's a big character and his chance will come again."
Town - Glennon, Holdsworth, Skarz, McIntosh, N Clarke, Worthington, Taylor-Fletcher, Hudson, Collins, Schofield, Booth, Beckett, Abbott, McCombe, Young, Rachubka, Ahmed, McAliskey, Hardy, Hand.
Blackpool - Evans, Barker, Jackson, Evatt, Dickinson, Forbes, Gillett, Southern, Fox, Hoolahan, Morrell, Burgess, Parker, Vernon, Joseph, Jorgensen.
Referee - Andy Hall (Birmingham).