It was Aaron Ramsey’s extra-time winner that ended Arsenal’s trophy drought in 2014, when we beat Hull in the final of the FA Cup.
The Welshman obviously has fond memories of the place, and he played the full game in the cup triumph the following season too.
Having played his part in yesterday’s 5-0 win over Lincoln City, the midfielder expressed his delight at the prospect of another couple of trips to Wembley.
“We’re disappointed to be out of the Champions League but I love this competition,” he said.
“I’m delighted to be going back to Wembley and hopefully we can have something to look forward to and can get back to the final.”
And on yesterday’s opposition, he said, “Full credit to Lincoln. They’ve had an absolutely amazing FA Cup run. They showed that in the first half, they were difficult to break down – very well-organised.
“It’s no surprise that they’re top of their league.
“We’re just delighted that we’ve got another trip to Wembley.”
The draw for the semi-finals takes place tomorrow night after the last quarter-final between Chelsea and Manchester United.