TOMORROW can't come quickly enough for Sheffield United fan David Mirfin.
The bulldozer centre-back played a pivotal role in Friday's morale-boosting victory at Hartlepool.
And now the 19-year-old defender is hoping to add the scalp of another play-off chasing club - the Blades' arch rivals Wednesday.
"I can't wait," he beamed, as Town look to win three in a row for the first time this season.
"I've got quite a few friends and family coming over for the game and loyalties will be divided.
"My mum and myself are both United fans so we'll be desperate to win, but the rest are all Wednesdayites so they'll be wanting to see us lose.
"My brother will be sitting in the away end and cheering for them - so you can tell why I'm looking forward to it so much."
A crowd of 15,000 to 17,000 is expected and a biggest police operation of the season will be in place.
Fans are advised to arrive early - gates open at 6.30 - and Town supporters should remember that parking on St Andrew's Road is limited because of the Easter Fair on Holset's car park.
Mirfin's thoughts, however, are entirely on the game.
"If we can win it will be our best run of the season and to complete that in front of a big Galpharm crowd would be great," said Mirfin, who will be making his 10th straight start.
"Now that we've got to 51 points I think we are safe and we can really enjoy this run-in to the end of the season.
"I think we showed on Friday up at Hartlepool how well we are capable of playing and the only thing which has prevented us challenging for the play-offs again is our inconsistency.
"That's something we want to put right and these games are a good opportunity, with everyone playing to finish off as well as we can and also to stake their claims for next season.
"We are upset that we haven't won three on the trot all season because, for us, that's poor, but if we can put it right tomorrow night then we'll all be very happy."
Like all defenders, Mirfin wears a big smile after every clean sheet and it was wider than usual as Town arrived back in Huddersfield in the early minutes of Saturday morning.
"It was a great place to go and get a win, especially with them hoping to push for automatic promotion," he explained.
"To me, it felt very much like the Northampton game last season when we went down there on a night when nobody expected us to win and, despite coming under the cosh a bit, we responded with a brilliant winning performance.
"It was similar, too, because Paul Rachubka made some world-class saves in that match and he repeated them on Friday, which was absolutely brilliant for the lads when they were battling so hard to hold the lead.
"I thought we played well from front to back, though, and when we really had to dig in following Nathan Clarke's sending-off, we did exactly that.
"We had a bit of luck, but I thought we deserved that luck and it was great to get our first win away from home in ages.
"That's a record which had been bugging everyone because we've never felt that we've been outplayed or outfought in any of the seven straight games we lost.
"All that was costing us was little lapses in concentration and maybe little bits of bad luck, but we turned it around superbly on Friday and now we are all looking forward to playing another play-off chasing side at home - me more than most!"