LIVEWIRE Liam Feeney believes Bournemouth will be energised by the play-offs and insists they will be firing on all cylinders despite a gruelling campaign.
Feeney has featured in every League I game this term – starting 44 matches and coming off the bench in the other two.
He admits that the lengthy season can be tiring but says that will not be an issue.
The former non-league star said: “To play quite a few games is a tough ask but both managers this season have showed faith in me, as Eddie Howe did last season. Hopefully, I have repaid them with some good performances and chipped in with my fair share of goals and assists.
“Towards the end of the season, you start to feel a lot more tired and the games start to take their toll. But if you can’t get yourself up for these two games, what can you get yourself up for? There will be no tiredness come Saturday or Wednesday.”
Meanwhile, Feeney has welcomed Cherries’ billing as play-off outsiders after Town were installed as bookmakers’ favourites ahead of their two-legged meeting with the Dean Court outfit.
Feeney added: “No-one from outside the club expects us to go and beat Huddersfield or win promotion. We don’t mind being the underdogs. We have been the underdogs for most of the time I have been here and we have achieved great things.
“It will be a pressure environment because of the occasion but I am sure we will rise to it.”