Bradford skipper Romain Vincelot says the Bantams deserve to return to the second tier of English football.
The Frenchman has been on both sides at Wembley, winning the League Two Play-Offs with Dagenham and Redbridge in 2010, and losing to Rotherham in the 2014 Final with Leyton Orient.
Vincelot arrived at Valley Parade last summer and was made captain by Stuart McCall after Stephen Darby picked up an injury at the beginning of the season. The Frenchman made the armband his own and is now hoping to guide the club back to the Championship.
"I've experienced both feelings (at Wembley) hopefully I will have a nice one this time.
"It will be nice to have Bradford back in the Championship. The size of the club, the fan base, I think that's where the club belongs. There's still a game to go, still a game to win and it won't be easy.
"It's been great playing (at Valley Parade) and away (from home), because there have been so many games away where it has felt like being at home. It was a massive help and its going to be nice to be with all the fans at Wembley and be able to enjoy that moment. We deserve it and they deserve it as well.
"I don't really think too much about it, I just have my normal routine everyday, in the morning training and in the afternoon just go walk my dogs and go home, that's it.
"Just try to keep the fire in my belly just quiet for now, and will explode on the weekend."