Goalkeeper, 38

HAS been in outstanding form for Town this season, helping them create an unbeaten league run of 27 matches.

The ex-Peterborough man starred in the play-off semi-final shoot-out against Bournemouth and has signed a new one-year deal.


Goalkeeper, 37

BACK-UP for Ian Bennett, the much-travelled stopper won the League I play-offs with Barnsley back in 2006.

The former Republic of Ireland man who has also played for Chelsea, Hibs and Grimsby shone in his sole Town appearance, against Carlisle in the JPT.


Defender, 24

THE right-back who can also do a solid job in midfield played Champions League football for his first club Liverpool.

The ex-England youth player came to prominence after a move to Yeovil and has been a fixture for Town since signing in 2009.


Defender, 20

BENEFITED hugely from a loan spell with League II champions Chesterfield, returning in January to make his mark for Town.

He made a memorable full debut at Arsenal in the FA Cup and got his first career goal against Peterborough back in April.


Defender, 32

THE experienced Scotland star is back from injury and has yet to taste defeat in a league game for Town.

Edinburgh-born, he was a Scottish Cup winner with Hearts before playing for Everton, then Sheffield United, from whom he joined Town last summer.


Defender, 28

LIKE Nick Colgan, he was a League I play-off winner with first club Barnsley five years ago.

Mobile and strong in the air, the former Tranmere man was signed as a midfielder in 2009 but has often reverted to his original position of centre-back.


Defender, 29

THE club captain has had a tremendous season and has now put pen to paper on a long-term deal to 2015 at the club.

The former Everton, Blackpool and Southend United defender has become a huge favourite at the Galpharm Stadium.


Winger, 27

POPULAR member of the squad who has netted 12 goals this season in his 49 appearances for the club.

Signed from Ipswich, he has now played 125 League matches for the Galpharm club and is one of the most dangerous players in the division.


Midfield, 22

ENERGETIC contributor who was signed from Falkirk last summer and has netted six times in a total of 52 appearances this term.

A Scottish Under 21 international who has been on the verge of the senior squad, he is versatile enough to play at the back if needed.


Midfield, 31

AN Icelandic international who has brought his experience to bear since signing from Burnley.

Celebrated his 31st birthday three days ago and will be hoping for an Old Trafford celebration.

Strikes a mean free-kick, just ask Charlton Athletic!


Striker, 21

LEADING scorer with 22 goals from 47 appearances this season and one of the most highly-rated young players in League I.

Is on the radar of the Scotland Under 21 side – he went to school in Scotland while his father, Andy, played there.


Defender, 28

PLAYING in his sixth set of play-off matches and his third final, having previously featured with Lincoln City and Bristol City.

Has been in terrific form in the latter part of the season and has six goals to his credit to this season, showing his set-piece ability.


Striker, 32

MUCH travelled and respected, the Republic of Ireland international provided one of the highlights of the season when he equalised against Arsenal in the FA Cup at the Emirates Stadium.

His experience around the squad has been invaluable since he joined from Palace.


Striker, 22

AN astute signing from non-league Gateshead, he has become one of the most popular players in Lee Clark’s squad because of his non-stop workrate for the team.

Has five goals this season and 19 in total from 46 starts and 38 sub appearances.


Striker, 18

TALENTED loan man from Arsenal whose form has earned him a call-up to the England Under 19 squad.

He will travel out to Switzerland to join up with Noel Blake’s squad straight after tomorrow’s final.

Has eight goals in Town colours this term.


Midfield, 34

RECORD caps holder for the Republic of Ireland and still in the senior squad, he will be linking up with them for a European qualifier straight after tomorrow’s final.

Has made a massive impact since joining on loan from Hull City and has said he would like to stay.


Striker, 19

THE loanee from Bolton goes into the play-off final in hot form, having netted in the semi-final victory over Bournemouth and also scored in the shoot-out.

Lively, skilful and with a fierce shot, he’ll want to make up for his loss in the final last season.


Striker, 31

IN his second spell with the club, he’s one of the real characters in the game and also a valuable asset with his strength and pace.

A Scottish Cup winner last season with Dundee United, Cads is determined to finish this season with another winners’ medal.