Thanks to Hayley Burgoyne for this photo of her son and his dad gearing up for Bradford City's Capital One Cup semi-final first leg this evening with Aston Villa.
Ahead of Bradford City's clash with Aston Villa in the semi final of the Capital One Cup tonight, manager Phil Parkinson has been speaking to our sports reporter Chris Dawkes.
Neil Warnock has set his sights on winning the Capital One Cup after his Leeds team took the scalp of another Premier League team in the shape of Southampton. Warnock has often made light of his daughter Amy's request for him to win the competition this season, but after last night's 3-0 success,
getting to Wembley does not seem as fanciful as it once did.
Leeds are one of three non-Premier League teams left in the competition and a chance of at least a last-four berth is now a possibility, especially if they get a home draw. They have now seen off Everton and Southampton at Elland Road.
Warnock, who was a regular visitor to the old Wembley but has never manned the touchlines of the new one, is starting to sharpen his focus. "I want to win it," he said after goals from Michael Tonge and El-Hadji Diouf and a Luciano Becchio penalty saw off Southampton .
The draw for the fourth round of the Capital One Cup which has been made. And it's Premiership opposition for both our sides that are left in the competition.
Bradford City are on their travels they're off to Wigan Ahtletic across the pennines, but Leeds United who knocked out Everton last night have home advantage. They're up against Nigel Adkins Southampton who are new to the Premiership this season.
In the third round of the Capital One Cup Doncaster have gone out losing by a single goal at Premiership Norwich City. Alexander Tettey got the decider in the first half.