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David Worrall: I want to get to Wembley again, but we know Stevenage will make it tough

14 May 2015

Winger looking forward to clash with Boro tonight at Roots Hall.

Southend United winger David Worrall is keen to get to play at Wembley Stadium again, but knows Stevenage will provide a tough test for that to happen.

Worrall played on loan at Shrewsbury Town in the 2008-09 League Two play-off Final, and wants to get there again with Blues.

“I played in a play-off semi-final with Shrewsbury Town against Gillingham,” the midfielder reflected.

“We ended up getting to Wembley but unfortunately got beat in the last minute, losing 1-0.

“My granddad went to the last one I played in at Wembley and he'll be wanting to go again, so hopefully I get to play there. We have a tough game first against Stevenage though.”

And the 24-year-old wants Blues to 'get the job done' at Roots Hall tonight against Graham Westley's side.

“We stuck to our game plan for the first leg and we have them back at our place now. Hopefully we can get the job done. There's a big buzz around the place after being disappointed not to get in the automatics at Morecambe.

“I can't wait. It should be a good game and I'm really looking forward to it.”

You can watch the full interview with Wozza on Blues Player now by clicking here. 

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