ICE-COOL Lee Fowler fired home the penalty which won Town promotion back to Division II then insisted: "Give the credit to Paul Rachubka and the whole team."
"Rabs did brilliantly to save the first kick (from Wayne Corden) and that set the stage for us in the shoot-out," said the Cardiff-born Welsh Under 21 cap, who said he felt no pressure when stepping up for the crucial shoot-out kick after yesterday's Third Division play-off final remained deadlocked at 0-0.
"I have a set routine when taking a penalty, I decide where it's going and I don't look at the goalkeeper, just the ball.
"There's no point worrying that you're in a pressure situation, because that only adds to the pressure, and I didn't even realise it could be the winning kick.
"I'd got a bit across with the maths, and I thought that by scoring, I'd hand the chance to Steve Yates (who would have taken penalty No5) to start the celebrations.
"It was only when the rest of the lads started wishing me luck as I walked towards the penalty area that I realised.
"On a personal note it was absolutely superb to score the crucial goal in my home city and in front of all my family and mates.
"It's the kind of moment you dream of when you come into football. The only thing bigger for me would be scoring a winner for Wales, but I'll settle for Huddersfield!
"But it's not about me. It's about Rabs making that save, the other lads who scored the penalties (Rob Edwards, Danny Schofield and Tony Carss) and the whole team.
"More than anything, it's about Peter Jackson and Terry Yorath."
The former Coventry midfielder added: "They've got my career back on track and I think they've got this club back on track too.
"We've done it the hard way, but we're promoted now and that's what matters.
"I was disappointed we didn't go up automatically, but you can't look back in football, and the gaffer and Terry Yorath didn't let us do that after Cheltenham.
"They got us focused on the play-offs, we've worked hard over the last two weeks and now we've got our reward for a great team effort."
Fowler, 20, believes Town have what it takes to do well back in Division II.
"I fancy us to make another promotion bid because we're a good footballing team.
"No disrespect to Division III, but it's a bit kick and rush. We've got lads who can get the ball down and play and I think the Second Division will suit us better.
"We beat two First Division sides in Derby and Sunderland in the League Cup and that shows what we can do
"Everybody has seen our fans. They were here in numbers and gave us great backing, and it shows what potential we have.
"We've got a great stadium as well, and after going so close to going to the wall last year, we're now moving forward with momentum."