Former Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Matt Murray has used social media to contact both Wayne Hennessey and Adlene Guedioura after their success in the FA Cup over the weekend.
Hennessey and Guedioura were teammates when Wolves were competing in the Premier League before they went their separate ways in the aftermath of the club's relegation back to the Football League.
However, the pair could reunite in the last four of the FA Cup after Hennessey's Crystal Palace side recorded a 2-0 victory over Reading on Friday evening and Guedioura netted the decisive goal for Watford in their 2-1 success away at Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.
That resulted in Murray taking the opportunity to wish both players well on Twitter on Sunday night, and talked up a possible clash between the two at Wembley in April.
@WayneHennessey1 good luck at wembley pal! Buzzing to see you in the semi final. Imagine if you face Adlene for Watford!— Matt Murray (@MattMurray20) March 13, 2016
@AdleneGUEDIOURA wow what a strike my friend! Saw you do that a few times in training too. Delighted for you. Hope you are cool— Matt Murray (@MattMurray20) March 13, 2016
Murray retired from professional football in 2010, but he worked with both players at Molineux before he called time on his playing career.
Hennessey spent 11 years with Wolves between 2003 and 2014, making 166 appearances in all competitions, while Guedioura linked up with the Black Country outfit in 2010, playing 39 times before he moved to Nottingham Forest.