"I'm not very emotional. I suppose like everything else in life every person is not going to act the same to situations," said Dalglish, who has made 27 appearances at Wembley as a player and manager.
"Emotion and nerves will be helpful to some and detrimental to others but is part and parcel of football and it is how you handle it. There are a lot of people with different personalities who will handle it totally differently.
"But if you are not going to enjoy getting to Wembley you have a bit of a problem. It didn't affect us (the all-conquering Liverpool side he played in) too badly I don't think.
"We had our share of victories, and we also lost, but I don't think we won because the other people were more affected by emotions than we were and I don't think we lost because we were more affected then them. A final is not really different from any other matches. Character and luck play a huge part in every game." KD