THISTLE ace Mark Millar knows what it is like to score the winning goal against Rangers in the League Cup - so he holds no fear facing up to Auchinleck Talbot this Sunday.
The 31-year-old midfielder has an impressive CV including a number of high profile senior clubs.
Millar has played for Dundee United, Livingston, Queen of the South, Falkirk, Peterhead and even a spell for a top flight team in Hungary.
But cup final appearances have been few and far between during a his career - apart from when he was a youth player at Celtic - and Millar is determined to do something about that at New Douglas Park.
He said: "Reaching the Macron Scottish Cup final is brilliant for the club. 
"The victory in the semi-finals against Hurlford United meant a lot to us as nobody gave us a chance.
"Stuff like that bugs me. Hurlford may be higher up in the league but they had never done that well against us, and we know it all comes down to what happens on the day.
"We were the better team over the two legs and deservedly went through.
"I have only won one final but I have been in a couple of semi-finals.
"When I was in the Celtic youth teams I was involved in league and cup triumphs but have a lot of experience of playing at a high level and hope to bring that to the game on Sunday."
Since signing for Largs at the start of the season, Thistle have been unbeaten at Barrfields.
He said: "I wasn't signed up until after the opening Auchinleck league game of the season so I actually haven't been in a losing team at Barrfields all season.
"We have shown great consistency in the Scottish Cup and we aim to continue this on Sunday."
Looking back at the Scottish Cup run, highlights include the amazing turnaround in the replay at St Roch's from 2-0 down, and Millar's two sizzling long-range efforts in the 5-0 hammering of Kilwinning.
The Largs midfielder believes that the club have not received the respect they deserve going into the showpiece occasion.
He said: "All we hear is that Talbot have done this and that. We have pulled off some big results this season, including 7-0 against Irvine Meadow, 7-1 at Cumnock and some 6-0 and 5-0 results against top opposition.
"When we play, there has not been anyone better than us when we get the ball down and play.
"Talbot may have beaten us 1-0 in the two league games but that counts for nothing going into the final. It is all about what happens on the day.
"At times this season our performances have been of a high standard and we are looking for one final big push this Sunday to bring the cup home to Largs."
Millar said during his senior career that he was at his happiest at Falkirk who looked after him well.
He greatly enjoyed his six month stint with Újpest in Hungary too, and said: "They were brilliantly technically; it was not as fast paced. The manager spoke good English, and it was a real eye opener for myself as it was the first time that I had ever been away from home.
"Falkirk has seen the best moments of my career. The best player I ever came up against was Tommy Gravesen at Celtic.
"The career highlight was scoring the winner against Rangers in a League Cup after a last-minute free-kick in 2011. They had Steve Davis, Lee McCulloch and Nikica Jelavic. 
"In the same year we got beat by Celtic in the following round. We went 1-0 up in that game, and they had Scott Brown and Anthony Stokes playing.
"I have played at New Douglas Park a few times over the years too, and I understand the pitch is looking good.
"I also played under David Hopkin at Livingston - you could tell that he had something special going there, and I think he will be a good boss at Morton. 
"We won League One with Livingston, and then I went to Forfar for short spell, before coming to Largs."
Living in Greenock, Mark is married to Rachel and has two children Indie and Alfie, and works in social care at a secure unit in Bishopton.
Mark added: "I love my job, it is hard at times but it is brilliant."
And the Thistle midfielder who has lit up the game this season with some eye-catching performances is as passionate about the junior game as the seniors.
He said: "It is great working with manager Stuart Davidson who has won the Scottish Cup twice before - the whole management team have been brilliant.
"Arnie sets very high standards and the boys have reacted in tremendous fashion by reaching the cup final.
"Let's go and finish off the job."