Ross Hannah has set his sights firing Chester FC to their first-ever appearance at Wembley, believing the Blues can go all the way in the FA Trophy.
Hannah's first-half brace secured a deserved 2-0 success at National League North strugglers AFC Telford United on Saturday on a wet and boggy New Bucks Head pitch.
The former Grimsby Town striker, who made the switch to the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium from Blundell Park in the summer, is aiming to make it second time lucky at Wembley having been a runner-up there for the Mariners in 2013.
“I wouldn't mind going there again,” said Hannah, whose brace took him to 12 goals for the campaign in all competitions and eight in eight games.
“It's a competition that I've been lucky enough to get to the final in. It's a competition that's winnable, Conference clubs have got to be looking at it and thinking you can go as far as the final and even win it.
“My sisters fella plays for North Ferriby and I went down last season to watch them in the final, it was fantastic to see them beat Wrexham. It just goes to show that anybody on their day, Conference North, Conference South, it's a winnable competition for the higher end of the non-league pyramid.
“We felt for the fans going out of the FA Cup so hopefully we can replace a good FA Cup run in the Trophy and see where it takes us.”
Hannah has been shouldering the goalscoring burden of late, scoring the last six goals for Chester, but was disappointed to miss out on netting his hat-trick for the Blues.
He said: “When you get an early set of goals like that you do think that you are going to get a third. We weren't as effective in the second half as the first, I don't know why that was, but it was important to get the win after our recent run.
“I always believed coming here that I would score goals, obviously I started off pretty slowly but it's one of them, I'm always told that if you work hard you get your rewards, and I'm getting my rewards now.
“It's my job to score goals and I put pressure on myself to score goals. At the minute I'm having a spell where they are going in and long may that continue. I'm feeling good and I'm feeling confident and I feel like every time I get a chance I will score. Whoever scores, as long as we win, that's the most important thing.
And Hannah reserved praise for the impact that striker partner Danny Hattersley, impressive against the Bucks, has made and believes that it is a partnership that can flourish in time.
Hannah said: “The period we have hit now is one where the pitches start to get a bit boggy and we can't play our football. Hatters has come in and done fantastic and once he gets his match fitness and first goal I think he'll be even better.
“He has been good for me, to win his headers and him hold things up, it's like a foil for me.”