Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp has warned they cannot rely just on their outstanding home form to get them to Wembley.
Saturday's 3-0 win over Plymouth extending Forest's unbeaten run at the City Ground to 20 games, and with their play-off second leg at home the Reds have a seemingly big advantage.
However, Forest's player of the season Camp, who has 19 clean sheets to his name this season, insists the team has to do the job both home and away if they want to get through.
He told the Nottingham Evening Post: " We have to win over two legs, not one.
"I suppose it helps that we will know what we have got to do when we come back here for the second leg.
"But, over the course of the two games, you still have to win the tie. We are not going to win it just because we are strong at home. It is what we do over two matches that counts."