London: Guus Hiddink has set his sights on giving Chelsea the perfect farewell as the Blues interim manager sets out on the road to Wembley in the FA Cup.
Hiddink confirmed this week that he will step down from his second spell as Chelsea caretaker once the current campaign comes to an end.
Hiddink, who took charge after Jose Mourinho was sacked in December, has circled the dates of the FA Cup and Champions League finals in his diary.
Hiddink memorably ended his first spell as Chelsea's interim boss by winning the 2009 FA Cup final against Everton and then flouting Wembley regulations by smoking a victorious cigar as the post-match celebrations began in the dressing room.
Ahead of third tier Scunthorpe's visit to the Bridge for Sunday's third round tie, the Dutchman admitted he would relish a similar scenario in May.