Luton boss Mick Harford has his sights on Wembley after his side reached the Southern area semi-finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy with a 1-0 win at Walsall.
The Hatters outplayed their League One opponents for large spells of the game and a last-minute Rossi Jarvis goal was enough to give them a famous win.
"It would be fantastic for the club if we got to Wembley in this competition. It's a long time since we have been there," said Harford.
"We thoroughly deserved to win, and no disrespect to Walsall.
"We started the game well and continued for the whole 90 minutes playing decent football. We were not expected to win by many people, except me, the directors and my players."
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