Rotherham defender Mark Bradley is eyeing a trip to Wembley ahead of Tuesday's Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash at Hartlepool.
The Millers make the trip to Victoria Park knowing a win would leave them just three games away from the national stadium final in spring of next year.
They saw off League Two opposition in the shape of York in the last round and, although wary of an in-form Pools side, Bradley sees the clash as a good chance to get one step closer to Wembley Way.
"It's a competition we are taking seriously," he told Press Association Sport. "The manager picked a strong team at York and we went and got a win.
"Hopefully we'll be able to go and get a win at Hartlepool but it will be a tough game. But we want to get that confidence and win as many games as we can.
"It would be amazing to get to Wembley, everyone wants to play there. But we're nowhere near yet, hopefully we can put on a good show against Hartlepool and get a good result."