'I'll be back' was the famous mantra of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
And likewise for Largs Thistle assistant boss 'Arnie' - Stuart Davidson - who was always determined to return to the West of Scotland Premier League with Largs Thistle.
There is no doubting Arnie's predatory instincts either, having scored a winning goal in a Scottish Cup final. 
Having had a glittering career in the juniors, Arnie has even played senior with Kilmarnock, and appeared on the same pitch as Henrik Larsson.
The hard man midfielder has certainly flexed his muscles throughout a successful career which includes three Scottish Cup medals, and playing stints with Kilmarnock, Queen of the South and Airdrie.
Arnie spent eight years at Auchinleck Talbot and says he admits he can't wait to re-acquaint himself with his former club, where he enjoyed so much success, when Largs and Talbot clash next season. Arnie has special memories of his time at Beechwood Park.
Both Bryan Slavin and Arnie built up a formidable reputation in the Talbot midfield.
"The cup finals provided mixed emotions for me," admitted Arnie, "The first final against Bathgate, I got taken off injured, and in the second game in 2009 against Clydebank, I scored the winner. I wouldn't say it was the best goal I ever scored, but it was absolutely roasting that day, it was like playing in an oven. I am just glad I scored a late winner, as I don't think I could have handled extra-time!
"It was a throw in from the right, and the ball was played in to me. I didn't get the greatest of connections on it but it was the fastest I had ran all day to celebrate." 
Arnie revealed that the only real regret he had in his Auchinleck career was that he only won one title, and missed out on winning the West of Scotland Cup.
"I won Ayrshire Cups and Ardagh Cups, but never won the West - that was the bogey. We always had fixture backlogs because of our cup runs, and I think that did play its part in not winning titles."
Arnie started his career with Kilmarnock FC for six years, two years as an apprentice, and four years as a pro, making four first team appearances, and featured against a Celtic side which boasted Larsson, Paul Lambert and Stiliyan Petrov.
Arnie recalled: "The game was on Setanta Sports on tv on a Sunday night. We were unfortunate to get beat 1-0 after a goal by Mark Burchill. Playing alongside Larsson was amazing, he was unbelievably fast. My near claim to fame came when it was 0-0 and I put in a cross for Mick Jeffrey and he missed a sitter.
"During my time at Killie, I was managed by Alex Totten and Bobby Williamson. I played with Ian Durrant who was brilliant; some of the stuff he could do with the ball was frightening. We had great players coming through like Alec Burke but sadly he didn't reach his full potential.
"It was great playing and training with Ally McCoist too - you learn so much from these players."
It was hard for Arnie to break into the Killie midfield which boasted Durrant, Alan Mahood, and Christophe Cocard, who played for France in Euro 92.
The Thistle assistant boss admitted he feel he should have done better in his playing career, and believed he should have worked harder at particular times, as the chance was their to make it as a Premier League pro. "You have regrets, but you learn from them and try and help others, and that is why my 11 year old boy Lewis is not going to get a minute's peace!"
Arnie managed to win a league title with Queen of the South, playing 16 games, and scoring a couple of goals, before kicking off his junior career with Troon where he spent two and a half seasons. After Talbot, Arnie played and coached at Kilbirnie Ladeside for a short spell, where his careful concentration to coaching won plaudits, applying a winning mentality.
Looking forward to life in the Premier League, and facing his old team, Arnie said: "I'd like to say that it is just another game, and that is something we will certainly be imposing on the players, as it is not about me or manager Bryan Slavin, but it will be great to go back down there and see old friends, the players, and the dressing rooms. But we won't let it overshadow anything. I have been back before with Kilbirnie, but it will be good to be back with Bryan, and Largs Thistle."