Last Updated: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 11:59
Ashley Williams is vowing to make more history with Swansea next month when they face League Two Bradford in the Capital One Cup final.
The Swans captain and his team-mates have the chance to secure the club's first major trophy in more than 100 years after overcoming Chelsea in their two legged semi-final, and he is determined not to blow it.
Phil Parkinson's men have already showed their appetite for the unexpected this season after claiming the scalps of Wigan, Arsenal and Aston Villa, and with a place in the Europa League also up for grabs, Williams knows nothing can be taken for granted.
The former Stockport centre-back is no stranger himself to the bottom tier of English football and his knowledge of the type of game City can expect on the day, could be crucial for Michael Laudrup's side's hopes of avoiding an upset themselves on February 24th.
Williams said: "I've been around the lower leagues and corners are all important.
"I watched the Bradford and Villa game through changing nappies and stuff like that, and they're a dangerous team.
"They've beaten three Premier League teams this year and some of those have beaten us, so we can't take them lightly.
"We'll show them the utmost respect, but we'll go there with our usual game-plan and try to win."
Wednesday night's aggregate victory over Chelsea capped a memorable seven days for the Welsh international, with his wife Vanessa giving birth to his second child, while on the pitch he scooped the man of the match award at the Liberty Stadium.
Williams, who is one of three survivors in the Swans team from their play-off final victory in 2011, added: "We worked so hard for it and we're so happy we got the win and another trip to Wembley,
"You can earn money or whatever but making history and creating memories is what you remember.
"First and foremost it's a good day out but, now we're this far, we definitely want to win it."
"It's been a good week in my life."
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