Feb 8 2011 By Jacob Murtagh
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SAM Saunders says reaching the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final is one of the highlights of his career.
The Brentford winger bagged the first goal in last night's 2-1 win at Exeter to secure a spot at Wembley on April 3.
And the 27-year-old admits playing at the home of football will be something he'll remember forever.
He beamed: "Getting to Wembley is definitely up there for me.
"The day I won the Conference with Dagenham was also massive for me because playing in the Football League was a dream of mine.
"But for Brentford this is the best moment by far, and playing there will be even better.
"It's something as a kid you also wanted to do. I've been to the new Wembley to see Grays in the FA Trophy and for another event.
"When Dagenham got there last season I thought my chance had gone, so to play there will be brilliant."
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