Chris Hughton is dreaming of Wembley after Norwich dumped Tottenham out of the League Cup last night.
Spurs seemed on course for a narrow win at Carrow Road thanks to Gareth Bale's opener, but two goals in five frenetic minutes at the death gave the hosts an unlikely 2-1 win.
The Canaries, who last made the quarter-finals of the competition in 17 years ago, will now play Paul Lambert's Aston Villa and Hughton thinks his team have a chance of making the final.
He said: "If you are in the quarter-finals you are not so far away from a final.
"It's a competition that some clubs will choose to rotate squads so I think this competition is suited to teams like us."
A dull game was being played out at Carrow Road until Alex Tettey's shot flew in off Jan Vertonghen and Simeon Jackson pounced on an error by Hugo Lloris to put Norwich 2-1 ahead with three minutes left.
But there was to be another twist in the tale as Kyle Walker went down under Marc Tierney's challenge to earn Spurs a penalty.
However, Mark Bunn – making his second start of the season – was equal to Clint Dempsey's spot-kick.