Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers was happy with goalscorer Kelechi Iheanacho after their 1-0 FA Cup win at Walsall.
Iheanacho's second-half winner proved the difference on the day, although City had further opportunities to seal the victory in the latter stages and also missed a penalty earlier on in the match.
Rodgers said: "His goals, 17 in 23 FA Cup ties… he played a big part for us going to Wembley when we won the competition, so hopefully it's a good omen for us.
“Whether he plays or comes into the game, I know I'll always get a contribution from him. It was great that he came in, it was really positive."
Also in the travelling squad was new signing Victor Kristiansen, who came off the bench in the second half and created a big opportunity for Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall to settle the tie.
“I thought he was excellent," added the 50-year-old. “He came in and he made his first appearance. In that 30 minutes you can see why he came in. He wants to attack, he's aggressive, he's strong. He's got good quality, so I'm delighted for him."