Cambridge United manager Richard Money has hailed his sides promotion back to the Football League.
The U’s returned to the Football League after winning the Skill Premier Final, 2-1 against Gateshead at Wembley.
Loyal manager Richard Money then stated his delight, as the club returned to the fourth tier of the English game after nine years.The two big promotions are Championship to Premiership and Conference to Football League.
“It just means so much and then the gateway opens.”
“When I took the Luton job I always felt that if you can get them up, you could go through the leagues very quickly and I think they will,” said the former Liverpool defender.
“But getting over the first hurdle is incredibly difficult.
“I think we need to consolidate. It means a lot that we are a Football League club.
“Let’s try and hang on to Luton’s coat tails as well as we have this year.
“I’m not a big betting man but I’d have a big bet on Luton finishing in the top three next season. For us, it’s about making sure we comfortably remain a Football League club and let’s see what happens after that.”
Goals from Liam Donaldson and Liam Hughes secured the win, which means that they will join Luton Town in the Football League next season.