New Mansfield Town manager David Flitcroft is aiming to give the club's supporters a lifelong memory by guiding the Stags to promotion at the end of the season.
The 44-year-old was unveiled as the new Stags' boss at a news conference this morning and he takes over the club sitting just two points outside the Sky Bet League Two automatic promotion places.
And with the Stags in prime position for an automatic promotion push, the new manager is excited by the challenge which lies ahead with 12 Sky Bet League Two games remaining.
"I've looked at the support that all the managers have had at the football club and I know I'm going to get that support. With that support, I know we can achieve something special," the gaffer said.
"This moment's been building. This has not just happened this season. You can see it's been building and the Mansfield fans, they're desperate for it. That's what I'm seeing, that's what I'm feeling.
"They've shown respect to the opposition and respect to trying to win a place out of this league and earn a place out of this league. Everybody's fighting to try and get that opportunity and have that opportunity.
"That's a pressure and that's why I've come to this football club. I got promoted with Bury in my second season and there's no better feeling.
"It's not about a financial reward, it's about a memory reward and that's what I want to try and give the fans, the chairman (John Radford), Carolyn [Radford, chief executive] and our supporters.
"I remember a time when we played here when I was Bury manager. We won 4-1 and some of the football played here on the night was excellent and we got applauded off by the Mansfield fans.
"It's not about a financial reward, it's about a memory reward and that's what I want to try and give the fans, the chairman (John Radford), Carolyn [Radford, chief executive] and our supporters."
"This season, we came here and did really well and again, the appreciation when you're walking off the pitch – you've got to go past all the fans – I've not had that as an opposition manager."
After chairman John Radford and chief executive Carolyn Radford were granted permission by Swindon Town to speak to Flitcroft, the 'warmth and appreciation' shown by the owners to the new manager made the decision to join the Stags an easy one for the former Rochdale midfielder to make.
"When you're at Swindon and you're working at Swindon and you receive a call that you've been headhunted and do you want to come to a club like Mansfield, then it's a case of speaking to the chairman and Carolyn and seeing what the plan was and what the ambition was.
"It's the warmth I felt – the warmth, the appreciation, they really made it known that they wanted to take me as the next manager and try and get this club out of this division.
"It was just the appreciation and the warmth that I felt and the respect that was shown. I'm delighted to be here and delighted that I'm manager of Mansfield Town."
The new gaffer has worked with top scorer Danny Rose and midfielders Jacob Mellis and Paul Digby at previous clubs and is relishing the opportunity of getting on the training ground with a group of 'top technical players'.
"When you look at the squad and the depth – I think the depth is really going to be key for the run-in – there's some really top technical players at this football club.
"The team scores goals, its structure's good and that's happened over an amount of time. We'll be tweaking that but I've got a situation here where I've come into a club that's thriving on the pitch and off the pitch and you don't really get that opportunity.
"I respect that and we'll get to know the players over the next few days. It's important to understand the players and know what makes them tick and what makes them feel good.
"When you look at the squad and the depth – I think the depth is really going to be key for the run-in – there's some really top technical players at this football club."
"I'm just so looking forward to getting on the grass. We're two mad-keen coaches, we love getting on the grass, we love getting on the training ground – that is my office.
"That's where I want to do my work, that's where I want to express myself and I can't wait to get started with this group."