JOHAN Elmander has revealed the secret behind Wanderers’ FA Cup success – Korean food.

Owen Coyle’s side will take on Stoke in the semi-finals at Wembley next month following their thrilling 3-2 victory at Birmingham.

And Elmander believes it is down to team-mate Chung-Yong Lee, pictured right, after the South Korean matchwinner took him and Stuart Holden for a meal in the build-up to the quarter-final clash.

Now the Sweden international plans to do it again as Wanderers target a first FA Cup final appearance in 53 years.

“It’s a secret restaurant,” said the club’s top-scorer.

“We went out and Chungy was showing us some food from his home country.

“It was very nice and we had a good chat. We should do it again.

“It would be great to lift a trophy but there is a long, long way to go before we do that.”

Striker Elmander blasted his 11th goal of the season in the win at St Andrews.

The £8.2million record signing is out of contract at the end of the season and has yet to put pen to paper on a new deal to keep him at the Reebok.

But, despite playing out of position on the wing, he insists he is a happy Wanderer.

He said: “This has been my best season.

“I’ve really enjoyed playing as a striker but I have been playing on the right side for a couple of games – I do that for the team.

“You don’t really get the chances when you are out there, but it was a nice bit of play from Ivan Klasnic and, when I got the chance, I saw the space to get the ball through.”

The 29-year-old added: “It is a wonderful feeling to win, especially with the way we did it, fighting for 90 minutes.

“I felt like we were the better team through the whole game and, when it got back to 2-2, I still felt like we had an extra goal in us.

“It means a lot to us because we worked hard and it will be fantastic to go to Wembley.

“I have never played there before, so I am really looking forward to it.”

And Elmander dedicated the Birmingham victory to Wanderers’ raucous travelling support at St Andrews.

He said: “Every Bolton Wanderers fan deserves it. The way they supported us at Birmingham, 4,500 of them, you heard them the entire game.

“They deserve to go to Wembley and hopefully we can give them a trophy.”