For supporters taking the tube to Wembley Park station, one image in particular will stand out once you walk down the station steps...
He can be quite scary when he wants to, Jose Mourinho, can't he?
Or perhaps the Chelsea boss is just a little grumpy these days. It's hard to tell whether it's an act or if the 52-year-old has simply dispensed with the practice of being nice to anyone but his players (if them).
Either way, it's the 'Special One's' face that will greet both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur fans at Wembley on Sunday afternoon or morning, with a graffiti of Mourinho on the walls at Wembley Walkway there to remind the north London side just what they're up against in this weekend's Capital One Cup final.
On the left wall, Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, along with the likes of Harry Kane and Jan Vertonghen, take their place. Although there is something that stands out a little bit more about the Chelsea figures - they definitely have a more imposing location.
Spurs certainly have little to fear, though. They have hit a rocky patch in their last three games but know they beat the Blues 5-3 on New Year's Day and also have fond memories of the 2008 Carling Cup final, when they beat none other than Chelsea.
And that's where another Wembley image comes into play...
From the London Designer Outlet (if you are in Wembley for the day, do visit, there are great places to eat) you can see Kane and Costa stood next to each other, with the caption above their faces reading 'Wembley was made for legends.'
But will it be Mourinho retaining his legendary status among the Chelsea fans at the world-famous ground on Sunday - or can Tottenham spoil the Portuguese boss's party once again?