Nathan Dyer wants to create more golden Wembley memories
NATHAN Dyer is hoping to create more golden Wembley memories when Swansea City return to the home of English football.
Dyer is one of a clutch of players who helped beat Reading to secure promotion to the Premier League and who is likely to feature in next months's Capital One Cup final.
He won the penalty, converted by Scott Sinclair, that set Swansea on their way to a 4-2 victory 20 months ago.
That triumph launched the club into a different stratosphere as far as revenue and profile are concerned.
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And Dyer hopes beating Bradford to secure a Europa League place could herald another bright new chapter in Swansea's history.
"I think it's going to be a great occasion for us. Getting to a cup final with Swansea City, from where we've come from, is massive," said the winger. "For a few of us it will be a case of going back to Wembley after we won promotion there, so it's going to be a great day for players and fans alike.
"Getting into the Premier League was unbelievable and it was a great day for everyone.
"That is going to be hard to beat, to get promoted the way we did, but winning the cup would be another great achievement."
Swansea have performed at Wembley under the most nerve-shredding conditions so Dyer is confident they will not be caught in the headlights this time around.
After all, Michael Laudrup's side are used to the big occasion.
They faced a star- studded Chelsea side in the semi-finals, but showed ice-cool composure to execute a perfectly prepared game plan and advance into the