Borussia Dortmund striker
"Of course, this is once again an extra motivation," he told Bild.
"[Back in 2012] I was in Tottenham at the time, looked at the stadium and the training ground and we talked. But after that, no one stepped forward to see me."
The prolific forward's opposite number, Harry Kane, will likely be equally as determined to find the net at Wembley.
The game could well be decided by the respective performances of the two strikers, and Kane has admitted that Aubameyang will cause problems.
"He's a fantastic striker," he said. "He scores goals, makes good runs in behind. I'd say we're different strikers, we're not too similar, but he's obviously had a fantastic last four or five years and hopefully I can maintain the goal-scoring record and I'm sure he will as well."
Aubameyang has two Bundesliga goals to his name so far this season, having found the net 40 times in all competitions last campaign.