Preston North End assistant manager Glynn Snodin is looking to progress in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy against Port Vale on Tuesday night to keep the players dreaming of Wembley.
The Lilywhites face Port Vale in the second round of the competition tomorrow night at Deepdale, the first of two back-to-back matches between the sides.
And Snodin is expecting two very different encounters.
“They will be two very different games,” said Snods, when speaking to PNE Player from North End’s Springfields training ground.
“When you play in the JPT you get some teams that are more relaxed, change their system, change their players, but it is something you want to win.
“At the end of the day, it’s a trip to Wembley.”
You can watch the full interview with Glynn Snodin now on PNE Player by clicking here.