Adam Drury is urging Wroxham’s players to take full advantage of the opportunity to dream of Wembley – even if his own memories of English’s football’s spiritual home are sketchy at best.
The Yachtsmen are two steps from an appearance at Wembley in the FA Vase after their stunning weekend win over Stowmarket Town.
Preparations begin for the next step after Monday’s draw saw them handed a home game against Bitton, of the Western League Premier Division, in the quarter-finals.
“We spoke about it before and I said it doesn’t matter what level you play at, whether it is non-league or professional, these are the days you train and play for,” said Drury. “The Tuesday nights when you finish the shift at work and come training to play on Saturday, these are the games you want to play in.”
“And Jordy (manager Jordan Southgate) said when we started out – he said, ‘look lads, it may sound silly but this is a chance to get to Wembley.'”