Sky Blues striker Max Biamou says he has been working on his acrobatics in training after City swept rivals Notts County away in a stunning 4-1 win at Meadow Lane.
The victory helped City reach Wembley for the second time in 13 months where they will be looking to replicate last season's heroics.
However, before the Wembley festivities can begin, Biamou says his teammates still have plenty to do.
"We have got nine more days of work now," said Biamou with a smile.
"Promotion was our aim from day one. I am very happy to have been Man of the Match at Meadow Lane and happy to have scored two goals, but obviously getting to Wembley was the aim and we have done that."
The Frenchman gave City the lead early on with a spectacular bicycle kick early on but could have had the Sky Blues ahead after just 50 seconds.
"That would have been a great start and I was a little frustrated about that, but after that I scored two great goals. When I miss a chance I try and stay focused and just make sure I get myself into a position to score again.
"You just have to believe in yourself and believe in god. I am working hard in training to score acrobatic goals like I did today.
"We are all working hard and the win is the result of that. We train hard and we stay together on the pitch and we try to score goals.
"We know how good a team we have. We have had a lot of bad luck this season but we know that if we stay focussed and work hard during games we are going to win it. We have a great team."
He added: "This will be my first time at Wembley. I am so happy, but our goal for this season was never to get to Wembley, it was to get promotion.
"We have to work hard now for the next nine days. I want to win this game."