JUBILANT Peter Jackson hopes to cap his proudest moment in football by winning promotion at the Millennium Stadium.
Delighted by last night's 4-3 aggregate win against Lincoln City and a place in the Third Division play-off final on May 31, Jackson is in determined mood.
"This surpasses everything I've achieved in my career so far, but we are going to Cardiff to win," said Jacko, who will be at Field Mill tonight for the Mansfield v Northampton semi-final decider.
"It's a wonderful achievement to have picked ourselves up after Cheltenham and to have battled through to the final, but we now want to secure that place in the Second Division.
"We know we haven't won anything yet and we've got a lot of work to do between now and a week on Monday, but the lads will be ready to put in another big performance in Cardiff and I can't wait to lead them out there.
"It will be a very proud moment for me, because the players couldn't have given me more this season, and it will be a great occasion if we come back with those winners' medals around our necks."
While Town have extended their cut-price season-ticket deadline to June 11 for all fans, a crowd of 19,467 watched Danny Schofield (penalty) and Rob Edwards earn a 2-2 draw after defiant Lincoln had led the second leg through Richard Butcher and Mark Bailey.
"We were rubbish in the first half and I asked the players if they wanted to throw all their hard work away," added Jacko, who got a standing ovation when he emerged with champagne in hand for a lap of honour.
"In the second half we showed real character and I'm so proud of the lads and of the supporters who backed us all the way.
"We'll be taking 30,000 and more down to Cardiff to set a new record for the Third Division final and that proves to me what a big club this is."
On Leeds' rumoured interest, Jackson said: "It's flattering because they are a huge club, but I only want to talk about my team at the moment."