TEN years after sinking holders Chelsea with a far-post header which sent Barnsley into the semi-finals, Kayode Odejayi is eager for the chance to create another FA Cup fairytale tomorrow.

Odejayi's goal, when he connected with Martin Devaney's deep right-wing cross midway through the second half, wrote his name in Tykes folklore and briefly led to international recognition.

But a decade on, Odejayi, now 36, juggles playing commitments with a job as a personal trainer and will just be grateful for a spot on Guiseley's bench for their second-round clash with League One Fleetwood.

"I'm not one to bring it up but people often do and when it happens, I'm happy to talk about it," Odejayi said.

"Obviously it was a massive achievement and it's something I'll never forget.

"It was a great cross by Martin and I went and attacked it and luckily it went in. It was great for the whole town and obviously amazing to get to the semi-final, and really we should have gone further."

Odejayi missed a glaring chance at Wembley and his Barnsley career quickly petered out, but not before he had earned his solitary international cap for Nigeria at a tournament in Austria two months after his famous goal.

Loan spells and short-term deals followed before Odejayi dropped out of the league to join Stockport in the National League North in 2015, moving on to Guiseley in July last year.

"It is every boy's dream to play football and I still feel blessed to be doing it at my age," added Odejayi.

"You go out to do your best and go out to grab those kind of opportunities when they come.

"It's a similar position for Guiseley on Monday night. Like Barnsley, we're the underdogs and no-one gives us any kind of chances.

"But there's been so many underdog stories in the past and my goal is just one of them."

Odejayi has not started for the National League North side since October but could be expected to feature as an impact substitute against Joey Barton's side.

At the other end, the Guiseley rearguard is rooted around ever-present Cliff Moyo, who earned his first call-up to the Zimbabwe national team in March this year.

Moyo, a 25-year-old PE teacher, represented the country of his birth in front of a crowd in excess of 30,000 fans in Zambia, and is adamant a win over Fleetwood would rank just as high in his career.

"It is my dream to continue playing for the national team but for Guiseley the dream is to reach the third round and get a chance against one of the big boys," said Moyo.

"If we believe in ourselves then anything can happen."