Tom Brady is hoping the New England Patriots can avenge their 2008 defeat to the New York Giants when they meet at Super Bowl XLVI.
The 2012 Super Bowl takes place Sunday night, February 5th at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, with New England favourites to win the clash.
In 2008, the Patriots were huge favourites to be victorious, but an awesome fourth quarter display by the Giants saw them be crowned Super Bowl champions.
And Brady admits that defeat still weighs heavily on his mind.
"All the games you lose, there are plays that you want back," said the quarterback.
"Certainly, every time you lose, you think there is more that you could have done to help the team win. But when you win, you don't think about any of those things. You think about what you do well."
Defensive end Mark Anderson echoed Brady’s comments.
"That hurt, man. That hurt bad," he said.
"We should have won that game right there. I don't even like to think about it anymore. It was pretty bad, getting all that way and still we weren't able to win. It was tough."
Brady believes Sunday's clash will be much different to four years ago, despite both sides having some of the same personnel.
"It's a different scheme, it's a different defence," he added.
"Some of the players and the match-ups are the same, but I can see those from when we played in week nine [this season].
"There's not a lot of things that you can take from that game [in 2008]."