Cameroon legend Roger Milla hopes the 2014 World Cup final will be Cameroon v England, so his nation can avenge their defeat in the 1990 tournament.
Milla was the 38-year-old super-sub who only agreed to play at Italia '90 after being called by the president of Cameroon. He scored four goals as the Indomitable Lions reached the quarter-finals before losing to England.
With the World Cup less than two months away, Milla paid a visit to Wolverhampton University and demonstrated his famous goal celebration.
BBC Sport's Ian Winter reports.
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