Tranmere manager Les Parry was understandably delighted after his side secured their first win in three games with a 1-0 over Bury in the quarter finals of the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy.
Ian Thomas-Moore scored the only goal of the game to send Rovers into the last four.
Parry said: "I am delighted for all the players, that's a great win for us because Bury are a top side and they were always going to make life difficult for us.
"We could have had a few more goals as well and they had chances, but in the end I think it was a fair result.
"The lads are really enjoying this competition and of course it would be a dream come true if we could get to play at Wembley. But there's a long way to go before then and we've got to win a couple more matches before that becomes a possibility.
"But there's no reason why not and we'll be doing our best to get there. It would be a great achievement for the club, the players and myself if we could achieve that."