FA Cup: Stoke City keeper Jack Butland relieved to see off Wrexham

Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland has expressed his relief at the Potters' late FA Cup third-round turnaround to beat Wrexham 3-1 on Sunday.

Wrexham looked set to become only the second non-league side to record an away Cup win against a top-flight side in a quarter of a century when they took a 73rd-minute lead, but goals from Marko Arnautovic and Stephen Ireland ended their hopes.

"They took their only chance and it took that to kick us into action," reserve keeper Butland told BBC Radio Stoke's Nigel Johnson.

More interviews and comments from the game will be featured on BBC Radio Stoke's new Sport at Six show this Monday evening (5 January, 18:00 BST).