GARY Roberts is hoping it is a bubbly time for him on Monday as he looks to make it a hat-trick of champagne wins.
Accrington Stanley face their neighbours Morecambe on Monday, live on Sky television and it is always a lively enounter with the Stanley fans working hard with flags and music to make it an electric atmosphere.
And wideman Roberts is hoping for an electric game as he looks to clinch his third Sky Man of the Match award.
The 21-year-old seems to turn on the style for the television cameras as he won Man of the Match for his performance against then leaders Grays in November and, last month, he was star man in Stanley's 3-1 win over then second placed Exeter.
And he is hoping for another champagne moment on Monday - especially as it will mean the Reds have seen off the Shrimps.
"I have two bottles of bubbly and hopefully there will be another to come," said the highly-rated winger.
"The man at Sky said I would get a magnum if I did it again so I will be hoping for that.
"I do seem to like the television cameras. I think it is because you know a lot more people are watching, you know you are in the shop window and it is always a good atmosphere. We are a young team and being on Sky is an incentive for us."
He, however, knows it won't be easy defeating play-off chasers Morecambe although the Reds feel they have a score to settle after losing 3-2 at Christie Park earlier in the season. The Reds were down to ten men after the third minute.
"Morecambe are one of our rivals and they are still there or thereabouts and we want to beat them to see them off and make sure we are clear.
"It killed me last time we played them because Chris Butler got sent off as, as he was on the left, I had to defend a lot more and I knew about it! But I thought we did okay with ten men and if we had had 11 we would have beat them.
"It was also early on in the season and we didn't start the season too well.
"The lads were all getting to know each other but now we are confident we will win each game. We always think we will win."
Roberts was delighted to make his England National XI debut on Wednesday night in their 3-1 win over Italy at Cambridge's Abbey Stadium.
He came on just after the restart and set up the third goal.
"I was disappointed at being on the bench - I am not used to that," said Roberts. "But the England manager Paul Fairclough told me I would have a part to play so I am happy."
Stanley midfielder Ian Craney played the full 90 minutes and the National XI side now have two wins under their belts in the European Trophy round robin competition as they beat Belgium last year.
But Roberts does have other irons in the fire as Welsh Under 21 boss Brian Flynn has been watching him at the Interlink and he is hoping to make an impression there.
"I have a Welsh grandma so I am hoping it will all go ahead although I haven't heard anything yet," said Roberts. "I stand more chance of getting into the Welsh squad than the England squad so I thought it was worth a go!
"Saying that, I don't even get a start in the England non league side! But I hope it will work out."
Manager John Coleman was forced to let the pair play for their country as, although he didn't want them to due to the number of games Stanley are playing, they could have been withdrawn from Friday's game at Gravesend by the Football Association.
He was hoping both didn't play too long although Craney did play the full 90 minutes.