Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has admitted that he is looking forward to his side's clash with Rotherham United on Good Friday, which is expected to see the largest Molineux crowd for more than 30 years.
Jackett's side confirmed their promotion back to the Championship with their 2-0 win away to Crewe Alexandra last Saturday, and now more than 30,000 tickets have been sold for the first home game after their success.
"There's always a great atmosphere here but you stand there and see it and think it would be fantastic to fill the place every week," Jackett told the Express & Star. "Saying it and doing it are two different things, I know that.
"But to be able to fill it, or near fill it, would be a great feeling and a big achievement. I would feel proud. It would be great to see Molineux with that type of atmosphere, and it would show we're doing something right inside the club if you're getting near to that volume of supporters.
"It's an exciting challenge and a big responsibility to make sure we reward that support by putting on a good performance and the team can justify it and send those guys home very happy. It's a big challenge but one we're looking forward to and want to rise to."
Jackett took over Wolves at the start of the season having previously been in charge of Millwall.