Stoke chairman Peter Coates insists Premier League survival remains their priority over FA Cup glory.
The Potters beat in-form West Ham in the quarter-finals on Sunday to clinch their first Wembley date in 39 years.
A trip to the home of English football will be a rich reward for manager Tony Pulis who has guided Stoke into the Premier League and set about establishing them as a top-flight outfit.
Yet, Coates remains concerned about their league form which has seen them unable to secure a win in their last four games - a sequence that could be extended to five as they prepare to host Newcastle on Saturday.
On the face of things, Stoke would appear to be relatively safe in 12th position in the table.
But closer scrutiny would reveal they are just three points above the relegation zone in an ever congested second half of the table - a fact Coates is very much aware of.
"To get to Wembley is great for us and it's great for the whole area because we haven't been too often in the past," he told the club's official website.
"Are we dreaming of more cup glory? No, we're not dreamers, we're pragmatists, and I know that Tony Pulis will have nothing on his mind now other than getting three points when we face a big game against Newcastle on Saturday.
"If we can win that game, then it will have been a fantastic week for us because we still need at least six points to make our league position look more comfortable.
"The priority remains to stay in the Premier League and to finish as high in the table as possible."
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