Defender admits he's probably been a nightmare to be around in the last week and a half
Ryan Cresswell admits he has probably been an absolute nightmare to be around over the past week and a half as he served a three game suspension.
The defender though is back available for selection ahead of tomorrow's game against Wycombe in League 2.
And after watching his side pick up one point from a possible nine, he's hoping he can come back in and help Blues get back on the rails.
Ryan said: "I've probably been nightmare company in the last week and a half because I just want to be out there playing.
"It's been difficult because I hate not being able to play, it's probably more frustrating than being injured because you know you're fit.
"It was a silly mistake on my part, and I was very disappointed it myself. It's happened now though, the manager has said what he had to say.
"We move on, it won't happen again, that's for sure. I just hope I can play a part against a very good Wycombe side on Saturday.
"We need to get back to winning ways in the league, the most important thing of all this season is getting promoted.
"If we go and win three games in a row then we will be right up there again so it's important we get a positive result at Wycombe."
Ryan, who was watching from the Sky studio on Wednesday night, says Blues must now put Wembley to one side.
"We've got to focus solely on the league at the moment," he added.
"Of course we are probably going to get asked daily about going to Wembley but it's a long way off.
"We need to put a run together, the celebrations on Wednesday were fantastic, but now it's time to re-focuse on League 2.
"It was great watching from the studio on Wednesday, they made me feel really welcome.
"It's certainly something I will look into when my career finishes.
"For now though, I just want to get playing again after my suspension and get three points on Saturday."