There was delirium in the away end at Ashton Gate once we were finally safe in the knowledge our cup odyssey will extend to the quarter finals.
But every Wolves supporter, whether sat in the stands or in front of the telly, knew just how hard the players had to work to get there.
Our first half display was vintage, with in-form City mostly chasing shadows.
Ivan Cavaleiro’s opener felt routine, our just reward after a domineering display.
Joao Moutinho once again played the role of maestro, turning in a display that no superlative could really do justice.
Up top, Raul Jimenez underlined his importance to the team by providing a constant foil for the aforementioned match-winner.
But a tactical change from the annoying-but-astute Lee Johnson almost reversed the Robins’ fortunes.
By mimicking our formation, they opened up space for the wing-backs and gained control of the midfield.
A flurry of chances followed, with the collective heartbeat of those of an old gold persuasion escalating beyond all levels of comfort.
Thankfully, our towering defence stood tall and Lady Luck shone down on us.
If the first half demonstrated our attacking prowess, the second underlined just how good we are at the back.
I lost count of the amount of blocks and clearances we made, with every Bristol attack repelled by hook or by crook.
If Donald Trump really is going to build his wall, he could do worse than use the Wolves defence as a case study.
Marshalling proceedings with distinction yet again was Connor Coady, who is quickly turning himself into a club great.
Like the team he skippers, our adopted Scouser never knows when he is beat and did everything in his bodily power to keep the opposition at bay.
It was fitting that he and Matt Doherty, who brilliantly teed up the winner, were so instrumental in victory just days after penning new contracts.
Both personify everything we all love about this current team, and are great examples of where hard work and perseverance can get you in life.
Attention now turns to tomorrow night’s draw, with Manchester City the standout ‘one to avoid’.
But Wolves can compete with anyone on their day – make no mistake.
The Wembley dream is alive.
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