Midfielder can't wait for the big day with friends coming over from France
Blues’ French midfielder, Bilel Mohsni, is hoping that come Sunday evening, he will have picked up the first trophy of his career.
The 25-year-old has played in both games under Phil Brown and is desperate to play a part in the club’s historic JPT match on Sunday.
“I’m buzzing and really looking forward to it,” said Bilel.
“I have family and friends coming over. It will be good to celebrate the win with them coming over from France and to win the first trophy of my career. It will be the perfect day for me if we do that.”
Bilel is desperate to make up for last season’s disappointment against Sunday’s opponents.
“For the club, since my three years here, we made the play-offs and last season was a disappointing one for everyone, missing out on the last day and then suffering a terrible defeat to Crewe in the play-offs,” he said.
“Every game is still the same and we have to focus on the team and our own qualities if we are to lift the trophy,” Bilel added. “All that is important is what we do on the pitch, on the day.
“We know what we have to do and have to win it for the fans.”
And Mohsni is hopeful that a win on Sunday could play a part in a double celebration for the club come the end of the campaign, claiming there is still belief in the camp.
“We missed out last season for the play offs, we still believe we can get in them this year, but we look to get a double celebration to make the play-offs and win the trophy. That would be brilliant but we know it won’t be made easy for us. We have to work for every win.”