New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34-38 in Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium, Feb. 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Reuters/Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports

Fresh off one Super Bowl win Sunday night, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft wants the ring honoring another championship back. And President Donald Trump might just be the key.

According to Kraft's telling of the incident, Russian President Vladimir Putin took his ring during at 2005 meeting. The Patriots owner show the piece of jewelry honoring a Patriots Super Bowl victory to Putin, who, apparently, thought it was a gift. In the Kremlin's version of the incident, the ring was offered to Russia's president, who simply accepted the gift.

Kraft wants the ring back and he thinks his buddy Trump, who's also fond of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick, can help him. Kraft and Trump have a longstanding relationship and the new president expressed an interest in having a closer relationship with Russia—much to the chagrin of many political observers in the U.S.

"I do have an emotional attachment to that ring," Kraft told Fox News Sunday. The billionaire team owner said he'd even be willing to trade Putin a new for to get the original, worth $25,000, back.

"I was willing to have one made with his name on it. Maybe we will have the new president bring it to him when he connects with him," Kraft said to Fox.

Kraft said he was told to say the ring was a gift to Putin by White House, which reportedly said it would be "in the best interest if you meant to give the ring as a present." Kraft initially did say the ring was a gift but has changed his tune over the years.

"I took out the ring and showed it to [Putin], and he put it on and he goes, 'I can kill someone with this ring,'" Kraft said in 2013. "I put my hand out and he put it in his pocket, and three KGB guys got around him and walked out."