Chelsea midfielder Jorginho loves the idea of winning the FA Cup this season.
"It would mean a lot to win a domestic trophy with Chelsea," Jorginho told the club's website.
"When you finish your career, you want to be able to look back and point to the trophies you've won and in England this is a very important competition. I have already been in a couple of finals with Chelsea and not lifted the trophy at the end of them, so it would be very nice if we can achieve that this season and that is a target we all have.
"When you get to the final, of course you want to win. That feeling at the end of a final if you don't win is horrible and I don't want to experience that. We have ambitions to win trophies but of course, we have a very difficult match in the semi-final against Man City first that we have to prepare and focus for.
"Man City will give us a tough game. They have been playing together for years now and they know each other very well. They know their movements and understand what they need to do to win.
"It is very hard to play against them but at the same time, we are working very hard and I am sure we can cause them problems with our attacking play."
He continued: "I have watched the FA Cup for many years and since I've been in England, you quickly learn how important this competition is and what it means to people.
"Playing at Wembley is always amazing. It's one of the best stadiums in the world and it gives players a fantastic feeling when you go there to play.
"I think it is a real shame and very sad that we will not have our fans there because we miss them and the amazing atmosphere they create. Of course, we understand why but I hope this will change soon because playing with fans is such a great thing."