Burton manager Paul Peschisolido is hoping his side get rewarded with a plum-tie at a big club in the third round of the FA Cup after their 3-1 win over Chesterfield.
Aaron Webster, Jacques Maghoma and James Collins, in stoppage time, secured Albion a 3-1 second-round win over npower League Two leaders Chesterfield, who scored a late consolation through Jordan Bowery.
Peschisolido said: "I thought we were on top from the word go and when we put them under pressure we were able to score goals at the right times.
"We played well at times and I thought we had to hold on at times, but the most important thing is that we're in the hat and looking forward to the excitement of the third-round draw.
"We've had some good peformances this season and this was up there with the best. It makes even better when it's against one of the top teams from our division.
"It would be nice now for us to get a big draw. It's all about finances and if we can get a big club away from home, a big gate and make it a great day for all the supporters, I'd be happy with that."