ANDY BOOTH will have a special fan in Cardiff: his 21-month old son Harrison!
The toddler will watch from the arms of mum Cheryl at the Millennium Stadium as dad goes for the goals which could secure promotion against Mansfield.
It's a big day for the Holme Valley family -Booth's parents Ian and Barbara, from Oakes, are still matchday turnstile operators at the McAlpine - and the man who has scored 100 goals for his hometown club is aiming to make it even bigger.
"It would be fantastic to score goal 101 down in Cardiff, but as long as we win I'm not bothered," said Booth, who has 14 goals to his credit this season.
"The lads are very confident about the final and it's amazing how all our young players have just taken everything in their stride.
"They will probably end up calming down us older players when it comes to the day, and it is a fantastic squad to be a part of.
"I've thoroughly enjoyed myself all through this season and, if we can finish the job and get promotion in Cardiff, it will be the best moment of my career."
That's some statement for a man who has played for England Under 21s and in the Premiership and scored for a promotion-winning side at Wembley, but it shows how deeply Booth feels for the club.
"The last time we went up in 1995 we were geared for the play-offs all the way through," he said.
"This time we had automatic promotion within our grasp and it didn't happen for us, but the lads have picked themselves up and we've got another crack at it.
"To be going to Cardiff is a real honour and, from what I've heard, it's a better stadium than Wembley so I'm looking forward to the game.
"It's brilliant for our young lads to be involved in such a big occasion when this is a first pro season for many of them, and I know they will be up for it come Monday.
"Winning is what it's about, though. The build-up and preparations have been enjoyable, but we must remember we've got a professional job to do.
"This is it. This is our final and it's serious stuff. After all that we've been through we don't want to miss out and, if we can come back as winners, it will be marvellous for everyone.
"The manager and Taff have done a great job, they've created a tremendous spirit in the camp and got everyone fighting fit and now all that's left to do is finish the job."