Bradford City's Gary Jones targets Wembley win

Bradford's James Hanson celebrates after scoring against Burton on May 5, 2013
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Bradford City captain Gary Jones says that he is hoping to make it third time lucky at Wembley after his side reach the League Two playoff final.

Bradford City captain Gary Jones has declared that he is targeting his first Wembley victory after his side reached the League Two playoff final.

The Bantams overturned a 3-2 deficit from the first leg of their semi-final to come out 5-4 aggregate winners over Burton Albion earlier today.

"I think we needed to come out all guns blazing today because they did a number on us on Thursday," Jones told BBC Sport. "We were in a decent position because we knew what we needed to do, we had to win.

"When you've got Nahki Wells and James Hanson in your team, you've got a chance. It was a great finish by James on his weaker foot.

"It'll be third time lucky for me at Wembley. I've lost there twice and now I want to lift some silverware."

Bradford will play either Cheltenham Town or Northampton Town in the final.

Burton Albion's Calvin Zola celebrates scoring his second goal against Bradford City on May 2, 2013
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