Newcastle striker Michael Owen has set his heart on more derby success after his taste of glory in Spain's big showdown.
The 27-year-old, who learnt his trade amid the passion of the city rivalry between Liverpool and Everton, will get his first taste of the Tyne-Wear derby on Saturday when he runs out to face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
He said: "We won 4-2 at home, and we lost 3-2 away.
"All derbies are obviously different, and that in a way isn't a derby. It's just two successful teams - they are miles apart.
"But they call it El Derby or El Clasico, and it's a fantastic occasion.
"I have never played in a Newcastle v Sunderland derby, and I am looking forward to sampling this one."