Four years after helping Huddersfield Town to League I play-off glory, Jack Hunt is heading back to Wembley.

And this time the right-back is eyeing the Premier League with Sheffield Wednesday.

Hunt helped the Owls hold Brighton and Hove Albion to a 1-1 draw at the Amex Stadium to seal a 3-1 aggregate semi-final victory.

Now they will face Hull City or Derby County at the national stadium on May 28.

Hull, managed by ex-Town boss Steve Bruce, take a 3-0 lead into Tuesday’s home semi-final second leg.

Wednesday have been out of the top flight since 2000 and have had two spells in League I since then.

But things are looking up under Portuguese team chief Carlos Carvalhal, whose side twice beat Town this season.

They were 3-1 victors in David Wagner’s first match in charge of Town at Hillsborough in November.

And Wednesday won 1-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium in April.

Hunt, 25, played in both those games and made his 39th appearance of the season at Brighton, who finished three places and 15 points higher than the Owls in the final Championship table.

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A Town academy product, he played 121 times before a £2m move to Crystal Palace in September 2013.

Having broken an ankle early in his time at Palace, he failed to make a first-team appearance for the South London club.

He joined Wednesday for £2m in January after spending the first half of the season there on loan.

Hunt scored from the spot as Town beat Sheffield United on penalties after a goalless extra-time draw at Wembley in 2012 to win a place in the Championship.

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Carvalhal said of his Wednesday side’s achievement: “Let me give a to word to Brighton and their manager (Chris Hughton).

“They had a fantastic season, they fought until the last minute to get promotion. They deserve promotion.

“But that doesn’t mean we don’t deserve it. We have grown up together like a team, we played better and better.

“In the first half Brighton created lots of problems. It was very tough. We felt big pain to achieve this but we deserve it. We fought a lot.”