MANCHESTER United away is some reward for an excellent cup campaign, littered with terrific results and wonderful performances.

It will be a night to remember.

The CUSA will be running coaches for as many fans that need our help to get to Old Trafford and we’ll announce details via our website and social media just as soon as we have made our decisions.

It caps what has been a hugely positive week for the U’s and their supporters.

The brilliant comeback against Newport last Saturday provided the catalyst to one of the greatest nights of football we have ever seen from the team we love and support, at Crawley on Tuesday.

It was an incredible, exciting game and a gargantuan achievement for the U’s as they continue to fly the League Two flag in the Carabao Cup.

It is not lost on me that only a week ago I was bemoaning a perceived lack of application from some of the players after a dismal couple of games.

Well, they have smashed that comment well and truly out of the park by playing some of their very best football.

It has always been within them and I still believe that on our day we can beat anyone. I said that same on Tuesday night.

Playing Crawley held no fears for me, despite our rubbish record there.

Backed by a wonderful set of fans, there was only going to be one winner and I think the players believed that, too.

Crawley work very hard but they don’t have the quality on the pitch and bench that the U’s have.

I could list every single player and detail how well they played and what they did for the team.

They should be rightly proud of their performances and look to carry that feeling through into the next game and the next and so on.

There are some massive bread and butter league games to play, not least at Mansfield tomorrow, then the FA Cup next weekend against Coventry and then even the cup game against Ipswich.

There is loads of football for the U’s to play and fans to enjoy and, if I am honest, I am totally behind the rallying call from Robbie Cowling this week.

The glory games are fantastic, but we also want to progress in other competitions too, so wouldn’t it be great to give the players the same backing against Coventry and Ipswich, especially as we are at home, regardless of the cost in one competition and the bad press of the other?

Good luck tomorrow U’s and safe journey all.

And to you, the fans, thanks for your outstanding support this week.