Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich
UEFA Champions League
7.45pm BST, Saturday 25 May 2013
Bayern Munich's top scorer Thomas Muller is hoping to make history when he appears at Wembley in the UEFA Champions League Final.
The 23-year-old, who has hit 22 goals so far this season, will become the first German to score in two different Finals should he find the net beneath the Arch.
Only Spaniard Raul, Argentinean Lionel Messi and Cameroon star Samuel Eto'o have managed it, but Muller could become the fourth - and the only one from his country - on Saturday.
But the industrious attacker insists he will go about his business in the normal way.
He told FCB.tv: "I can't complain this season and I hope it just carries on.
"But I'm not going to have my style cramped, I'll do my thing totally normally.
"The fact I know where the goal is isn't anything new."
However, there is also a chance Muller could complete a very unwanted hat-trick too. Having lost 2-0 to Inter Milan in the 2010 Final, then Chelsea last season, painfully on their own pitch, Muller has been a Champions League runner-up twice already.
And he added: "For me personally, it's about time I won the thing.
"If you're beaten three times, you're branded a loser."
Manager Jupp Heynckes has already confirmed that Muller will be given every chance of preventing a third dose of heartbreak.
Heynckes said: "Thomas Müller will play a very important role in the Final.
"He's tireless, one of our leading characters, and a big factor in why we're so outstanding both in attack and defence.
"Thomas is having a superb season. There's no way we'd leave him out of the team, he's not injury prone, and he's a hard runner, agile, and relaxed when you need to be relaxed."