The defender admits it's something that has got the whole club "buzzing".
He told the Wigan Evening Post: "It's a great achievement to get to Wembley, and it'll be a great day out for the fans, and a dream come true for the players.
"I've never played at Wembley in my career, and I thought the chance had passed me by.
"As a kid playing football you dream about Wembley, you always have that hope, and that dream has continued through to adulthood.
"I've been a player for 17 years now and finally I've made it, but it was worth the wait."