LEE Bradbury has set his sights on a trip to Wembley after firing Cherries into the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

Cherries' new recruit netted a quickfire double as Kevin Bond's charges made light work of disposing of League One rivals Walsall.

Bradbury opened the scoring with a firm header after just 135 seconds before his exquisite eighth-minute volley put Cherries in command at Dean Court.

And but for an inspired display by Saddlers goalkeeper Clayton Ince, the margin of victory could have been far greater - and Bradbury could have plundered his second hat-trick of the season.

Bradbury, who netted three times for former club Southend in the Carling Cup last month, told the Daily Echo: "I've watched games at Wembley but never played there and that's something I would love to do before I retire.

"I know it's a few games away but if you get a couple of good draws then who knows what could happen. I haven't played in this competition too often but it's always nice to have a good cup run and good for confidence."

Bradbury added: "The manager said he wanted us to make a good start and we did. We didn't get going against Port Vale on Saturday but we did tonight and it paid off, especially in the first half.

"It was great to go 2-0 up inside the first eight minutes but there is always a danger of them getting a goal back and getting some momentum because you've still got a long time to go.

"It was us who had all the chances though and I was thinking I wanted to get a hat-trick and take the match ball home but it didn't come.

"I had another chance as well but I mustn't grumble and we're pleased to get through to the next round, although it could have been four or five at the end.

"You start to worry when the chances aren't coming along but we created lots tonight and on Saturday as well.

"It felt much better tonight. We pushed on, played in their faces and played more football. We reaped the benefits and now we've got to take this into the Orient game."

Asked whether he had set himself any goal targets this season, Bradbury quipped: "I've got five in five games so that must put me on course for 50!"

He added: "I've always learned that if you set yourself targets, it leaves you open if you don't meet them. I just want to get as many as I can."

Cherries' only real cause for concern was a facial injury sustained by Darren Anderton following an accidental collision with Ince towards the end of the first half.

But assistant boss Rob Newman is confident Cherries' skipper will be fit for Saturday's trip to league leaders Leyton Orient.

Newman said: "He got a whack on his cheek bone but both the physio and the doctor said there was no depression so he should be okay."

He added: "I thought we thoroughly deserved the win. It was a professional job and the energy, enthusiasm and character showed by the players was excellent."