Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has spoken of his pride after seeing his side thrash Bradford 5-0 to win the Capital One Cup at Wembley.
Laudrup told Sky Sports 1: "I'm very proud of my team today. I think it was a great performance."
He also hailed the triumph as the best of his managerial career.
– Michael Laudrup
As a manager it's absolutely at the top, winning a trophy for the first time in 100 years.
The first trophy is always special, and now next year in Europe... it's a nice experience.
Swansea City kick off against Bradford City in the final of the Capital One Cup at Wembley at 4pm.
It is Swansea's first major cup final in the club's 100-year history, and they are 90 minutes - plus extra time and penalties if required - away from winning their first major cup, and qualifying for European football next season.
League Two side Bradford also have history on their minds. They have knocked out three Premier League teams already, and become the first team from the fourth tier to play in a major Wembley final.
The ITV Sport website has live updates on the action.
Yesterday, we met 10-year-old Kurtis Bray, getting Swansea City's badge cut into his hair in preparation for their Capital One Cup Final.
This morning, we caught up with him - now with added face-paint - on the bus, about to leave the Liberty Stadium to head to Wembley.
Swansea City fans are gearing up for their club's first ever major cup final against Bradford City tomorrow.
This is 10-year-old Kurtis getting a 'tattoo cut' in Swansea. He'll be watching at Wembley and predicts a 2-1 win for the Swans.
One man who's got a foot in both camps having managed both Bradford and Swansea twice is Terry Yorath.
Duncan Wood has been to his house in Leeds to get his thoughts on the big game and what it means for Bradford.
Ahead of the Football Association's decision to charge midfielder Edin Hazard, Chelsea's Football Club interim manager spoke about how the player reacted in training.
When pressed on the ball boy incident, Rafa Benitez said: "For us we lost a player the other day and we couldn't score. We had ten players with one injured on the pitch."
Benitez refused to be drawn further on what happened, but a club spokesman said: "The club on the evening recognised the seriousness of the incident, the player recognised that he was wrong to react in that way. The appropriate apologies were made. The club made every effort to make those happen.
"Edin recognised it quickly and those apologies were made and they were accepted. He made those apologies privately in the dressing room. He made a public apology and Rafa dealt with it in the press conference."
Rafa Benitez went on to answer questions on how Hazard has been responding in training and whether the incident had affected the player mentally.
South Wales Police have confirmed that they will take no further action into the ball boy incident involving Chelsea's Eden Hazard.
They had previously said that they were 'following up' calls over the incident.
– South Wales Police statement
South Wales Police received a number of calls from members of the public following an incident involving a ball boy at the Capital One Cup semi-final between Swansea City and Chelsea at The Liberty Stadium in Swansea on Wednesday 23rd January.
From the outset our primary concern was for the victim who was spoken to by a police officer in the presence of his father and he does not wish to make any formal complaint.
We can confirm there is no longer any police involvement in this matter.