Buckle: Why not us?
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Luton Town manager Paul Buckle says his side are 'more than capable' of beating York in today's play-off final at Wembley.
The two teams meet in a bid to claim their place in the Football League for the 2012-13 campaign and Buckle, whose side finished two points and one place inferior to the Minstermen, has faith in his Luton side. He told BBC Look East: "When I first came in, I said 'somebody's going to walk out at Wembley. Why not us?' "'Somebody's going to pick the cup up. Why not us?' We were more than capable of doing it once we got our house in order. "We've had some massive games. It's all there for the players. We've just got to Wembley believing and with a real positive frame of mind." York boss Gary Mills meanwhile is hoping for play-off success after his side were beaten in the semi-finals last year and in the 2010 final against Oxford City, although he believes their FA Trophy win this season is triumph enough if they are beaten by Luton. "Promotion is our priority but it was important to win the Trophy as that's given us confidence and proved we can win at Wembley after a couple of defeats there in the last few years."