AVRO chairman Robert Fuller has described Saturday's FA Vase victory over Squires Gate the biggest game in his club's 82-year history.

The Hallmark Security First Division North side beat Squires Gate from one division higher in the same league 2-1 in the second round of the competition.

And Fuller says they are already dreaming of playing at Wembley.

“It was the biggest game in the club's history," he said.

"The club is moving forward quickly and reaching the third round is a big achievement.

“Each round we play, the game will be the biggest we have played. "It would be ideal if we could continue and play at Wembley.

"The extra rounds we’re playing in are surpassing expectations, so we know we have to take it a game at a time.”

AVRO are going well in the league where they occupy third place, and that remains their priority this season.

“Our aim for this season is promotion," said the chairman of the Oldham-based non-league club.

“The management and players will be able to cope with the Premier Division – our focus is on promotion this season.”

Reflecting on beating Squires Gate, who play in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division – a victory secured with two first-half goals from Kane Wallwork and Mike Stockdale in front of a crowd of 110 – Fuller is already looking ahead to what the club hopes will be another great occasion in the third round where they will be at home to Northern League top-tier outfit West Auckland Town.

“It is a great achievement, I’m proud of the lads," he said.

"About 200 fans turned up to our opening game in August, however this was still one of the biggest gates of the season.

“The crowd adds an atmosphere, so it’s good to see people locally come to support us in such a big game.

“It would be great to see an even bigger crowd in the next round, and hopefully it could push us on even further in the competition.”

AVRO played more than 50 minutes of Saturday's victory with 10 men and the last 10 with nine following red cards for Louis Potts and Stockdale.