Notts County full-back Dan Jones hopes the Magpies can put in a performance to ‘make Nottingham proud’ this evening.
Kevin Nolan’s side take on Coventry City in the second leg of their play-off semi-final, which is delicately poised following last weekend’s 1-1 draw at the Ricoh Arena.
And Jones says it’s impossible for him to accurately convey his feelings towards the prospect of making the final.
“Playing at Wembley would be a dream for me personally,” he said. “It’s an incentive you can’t even put into words.
“You’ve got to enjoy these games - everything that surrounds them and what’s at stake.
“It’s about rising to it, doing as well as you can and making Nottingham proud.”
Jones played a hero’s role at the Ricoh, sliding along the sodden turf to win an emphatic 50/50 before crossing for Jonathan Forte to score the opening goal of the tie.
But the modest 31-year-old, who accepted Sky Sports’ Man of the Match award on the pitch at full-time, says there were plenty of other stand-out performers in the black and white that night.
“Lots of things from many individuals were brilliant,” he said. “Forte’s flick for the goal was amazing – it was a good bit of instinctive play.
“Bris and Duffs won a lot of great headers, both wingers and the centre mids put in a lot of work and the work-rate of Steady helped us deliver what we were working on throughout the week.
“We go into the game with a lot of confidence from the other night – especially considering the conditions we had to deal with.
“They threw a lot at us – they’re very direct – and I felt we defended brilliantly.”
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