Oldham Athletic's highly-rated winger Chris Taylor has his sights firmly set on gracing the hallowed turf of Wembley this season.
The 24-year-old has helped his hometown club reach the Northern Area semi-finals in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, with Bradford standing in their path to the next round.
The Bantams travel to Boundary Park on Tuesday night having beaten the likes of Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield and Sheffield United en route and Taylor says Oldham will not be taking anything for granted.
"We are aiming to go right till the end if possible, but obviously you've got to take it one step at a time and the next one is Bradford," Taylor told skysports.com.
"They will come to Boundary Park and provide tough opposition, as I've been told by a fair few people how well they've done in this competition, with a very good team.
"I'm sure they will come here and make life very difficult for us, but we know that if we play close to our maximum that we will have a great chance of going through to the next round.
"Technically, we are three games away from Wembley, but we aren't getting too far ahead of ourselves at this stage.
"Bradford might be a league below, but they will come to our place with nothing to lose and all the pressure on our shoulders to win, so we know how tough a game it might be and we'll be ready for it."