Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta wants a second successful FA Cup triumph in three years after scoring the only goal of the 1-0 fourth round win at Stoke.
Zabaleta's 85th-minute goal gave City victory over Tony Pulis' team, who were their opponents in the 2011 final.
"We won it two years ago and know how important the competition is," he told ITV. "We want to win it again. It's always great to score and three goals this season is not bad for a full-back.
"It was a massive win on a very tough pitch. It's always difficult here but today we were fantastic, very solid on the park and aggressive."
Zabaleta is now looking forward to returning to Premier League action, as the champions seek to close a five-point gap on leaders Manchester United.
He added: "We are focused on Tuesday and QPR. We need to keep winning to try to catch Manchester United."
Information from the Press Association was used in this report