Wolves captain Jody Craddock was bursting with pride following his sides 4-1 win over Leicester City that sealed their place inthe play off semi finals.
But as usual, it was pride over the teams performance, rather than his individual display.
'All credit to the lads for the job they did. We were a goal down early on but we went about our jobs in the right way and that paid off.' he told the clubs official site.
The win sets up a fourth and fifth meeting between Wolves and The Baggies following years where the two sides missed each other in successive promotoin and roelegation seasons.
A Black Country derby is always a big game, but with a place in the play off final and footballs richest single prize at stake, this one has extra meaning.
'It's going to be a massive game,' says Jody.
'The goals we have scored today have set us up nicely but there's a lot to be done.
'We know just what it's going to mean to everyone which is why the hard work has to start now.
The first leg will take place at Molineux on Sunday the 13th May, kicking off at midday.
The second leg to be played at The Hawthorns will be played on Wednesday, May 16th - kick-off 7.45pm.