Danny Wilson is unfazed by the fact he and Sheffield United have lost four play-off finals between them.
Wilson, who is preparing his side for Saturday's Wembley showdown with Huddersfield, was in charge of Swindon when they lost 1-0 to Millwall in the 2010 League One play-off final, while the Blades have lost three Championship play-off finals - to Crystal Palace in 1997, Wolves in 2003 and Burnley in 2009.
"It's not good is it?" said Wilson, whose side bid to make it fourth time lucky against Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield at Wembley on Saturday. "But you can't worry about what's happened before. We're just preparing ourselves for a very tough game.
"What happened before, I think it's in people's minds and there's nothing we can change there, other than perhaps do things better than the last time they were out there, but it's a different group of players in most cases.
"So it's something we look forward to, we're not looking back because we can't affect it. You can always pull something out form history that carries some significance, but we're not concerned about that.
"We know we're going into a game against a very tough side. Huddersfield have some terrific players and they've been very unlucky in the last couple of seasons."