Brad Jones is ready to hand the gloves back to Pepe Reina when the Spaniard returns from suspension in just under a week's time and the stand-in stopper has told his teammate to go and win Liverpool the FA Cup.
An emotional Jones sank to his knees when the final whistle blew on Saturday afternoon and pointed to the sky above Wembley in memory of his young son Luca, who passed away in November 2011.
The Australian's assured performance between the sticks inspired the Reds to overturn a one-goal deficit against neighbours Everton in the semi-final.
On May 5 it will most likely be Reina who faces a Chelsea side taking part in their fourth FA Cup final at Wembley in six years.
However, all that matters to Jones is that the famous old trophy comes back to Anfield.
"I've told Pepe he's got to go out and get us the trophy," Jones said. "Pepe is one of the best in the world and it's up to him now. He was buzzing afterwards.
"It was difficult for him and Doni to have missed the game. I know Doni was devastated after getting banned. But we're all good mates and whoever goes out there has to do the same job.
"That might be the last game I get but I'm proud to be here. It's all about the club and making sure we get another trophy.
"There will be no wild celebrations after that. The job is not done and we have to go out and do it all over again in the final."
Jones feels he played his part in getting the Reds to the FA Cup final and explained that for a 'keeper, sometimes, the less said about a performance in the post-match analysis, the better.
"We're just delighted with the win. I tried to keep myself out of the way," said Jones. "Unless you save a penalty, you want to finish the game and people not remember you were out there.
"You don't hide away but at the end of the day it's about the boys who scored the goals. Apart from a couple of high balls I didn't really have any shots to save.
"Coming to Wembley to face Everton doesn't really get much bigger as a Liverpool player."