Blackpool boss Ian Holloway hailed his side's 2-1 win at Liverpool as one of the best days of his footballing career.
The Seasiders stunned Anfield with first-half goals from Charlie Adam and Luke Varney and held on for a famous victory after the Reds pulled a goal back through Sotirios Kyrgiakos eight minutes after the restart.
Holloway commented: "It is one of the dreams I've had for years.
"When the fans were singing You'll Never Walk Alone - it's my dad's favourite song but he's no longer with me - I was singing myself and it was a bit emotional.
"This is not far off the home of football - these supporters have seen some of the best football over the years and in my era as a player there was no better team in the world.
"The boys made me so proud and for that set of supporters to clap us off that is all I wanted - that was what my dream was last night. This is a fantastic moment for Blackpool."