SIMON GRAYSON says Huddersfield Town will put in the “hard yards” between now and Wembley to make sure they reward the fans with promotion.
A Wembley play-off winner with Blackpool, Grayson says the only objective now is to finish the job his team have started by winning through to face Sheffield United.
“I’ve got belief in the players and I am delighted with the end product of a place in the final,” said the manager.
“It’s got the ingredients to be a great game with Yorkshire pride at stake, but the big incentive is a ticket to the Championship and we need to focus on that.
“There is no point going to Wembley if we are not going to win – and that’s our one ambition.
“I’m sure Sheffield United and ourselves know enough about each other and it’s all down to what happens on the day – who can handle the occasion, produce a bit of magic and maybe get a bit of luck, and we have to make sure it’s us.”
Goalkeeper Ian Bennett will have an X-ray on the hand injury which forced him off – Alex Smithies deputised – and Grayson is also hoping Scott Arfield (ankle) will be fit before the final.
“The atmosphere was cracking last night, with the club doing everything they could to help the positive vibe, and it will be great to see the fans at Wembley.