Joe Ledley claims his winning goal for Cardiff in the FA Cup semi-final against Barnsley is the best of his career.
Ledley was the toast of South Wales after he volleyed home the first-half goal which was enough for The Bluebirds to book their place in the final.
"That's definitely by far the best I've scored in my career, and it was in the semi-finals of the FA Cup," the Welsh international said.
"I was a bit shocked. It was quite a difficult strike to hit, but I'm just delighted it went in.
"I was over the moon. It was a good finish as well. I'm proud I've scored at Wembley, and it was a great feeling for me.
"I didn't think I'd ever score a goal like that. But it did happen, and I'm buzzing like all the other players.
"Everyone would love to score a goal at Wembley. Luckily it happened to me, and I'm grateful for that."
Ledley admitted the achievement is yet to fully sink in but insists his team were good value for their victory.
"It's shocking that we are in the final," he said.
"We deserved it, though - especially in the second half, I thought we played much better.
"The atmosphere was brilliant in the dressing room afterwards."
Cardiff now face Portsmouth in the final and Ledley is hopeful that the Championship side will be able to up-stage their Premier League opponents at Wembley next month.
"We are the underdogs; they are a Premier League side - but we just need to keep doing what we're doing," he said.
"I just want to put in another good performance like this, and anything can