Sheffield United boss Danny Wilson feels his side could win the Johnstone's Paint Trophy after their late winner against Rotherham.
Alex Revell had cancelled out Chris Porter's first-half opener for Wilson's side, but Ched Evans scored in the sixth minute of time added on to send the Blades through 2-1.
Wilson said: "From my point of view, it's a great victory for us. It was a very tough game for us against a very good Rotherham side.
"We knew to get the result we would have to scrap and battle and put our bodies on the line at times and I think we did that.
"We had our chances, but so did Rotherham and they played very well. I thought it was a very good derby, lots of incidents, but our objective was to win the tie and we've done that."
Wilson added: "It was a very hard-fought game and I'm delighted to get through and get the result under our belts. No matter who we draw in the next round, we won't think it's going to be easy, but if we show battling qualities like we did, then who knows."