Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough insisted his side's FA Cup quarter-final triumph was not at all about him.
Clough, who took over at United in October, was delighted after the match but made it clear that the victory had nothing to do with his influence.
"There's not an awful lot of satisfaction for me personally," said Clough.
"I don't have a chart at home where you rank the games. I don't honestly, it's not about that.
"It's about the players and supporters, especially this, celebrating together."
Clough added: "To get to this stage as a League One club in the semi-final is an incredible achievement.
"No easy draws as well along the way, going down to Fulham and Villa Park and we've had a few breaks like here when the lad missed that chance.
"It's essential that you get that little break at certain times."
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