SAINTS midfielder Harrison Reed saw his Wembley dream come true as he helped guide loan club Fulham back to the Premier League.

The 25-year-old played all 120 minutes of a gruelling showdown with Brentford in the capital – as Scott Parker’s side sealed a 2-1 extra-time victory over the Bees.

Left-back Joe Bryan struck a brace at Wembley to help the Whites clinch bragging rights over their west London rivals.

The defender stunned Bees goalkeeper David Raya in the 105th minute when his 35-yard free-kick caught out the Spanish stopper at his near post.

It was the breakthrough this nervy and tense derby needed and Bryan then struck again, before Henrik Dalsgaard pulled one back for Brentford late on.

“Yes, it is my proudest moment by a long way,” said Fulham boss Parker.

“I think why I am so proud is I am proud of the players and the team because I have seen the team grow along the journey which has been tough this year.”

Reed, who came through the youth ranks at Saints, played 27 times for Parker’s men in all competitions this season.