Our Head Coach met with the press to preview our Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final second leg with Bolton Wanderers at Oakwell, kicking off at 8pm.
"We've got the same pool of players to pick from. Whether it's the same eleven you'll find out tomorrow night. I'm not telling you that! We didn't pick up any new injuries which was a positive."
ON MENTALITY HEADING INTO FRIDAY NIGHT
"We'll approach it like we have every other game. We'll try and win the two halves. We'll take one half. We'll come in, assess it. We're playing against a good team. I think it's going to be a tight affair. The performance the other day was good. We need another five, ten percent from that performance. Hopefully, the crowd can help us with that.
ON BEING AT HOME
"Not really, no. There will be a bit more support for us which might give the lads an extra five yards, but I'd imagine it will be a tactical affair again. We want to get on the front foot, as we always do. They made a couple of tweaks in the second half, we made a couple of tweaks. I don't envisage the game being massively different."
ON WHAT IS AT STAKE
"Unfortunately, someone's season is going to end tomorrow, one way or the other. There will be someone with regrets, whether it's a mistake, hopefully it's not a referee. That's why these games are so good, because they do create tension, they do create nerves. They're very often good games."
ON WORKING PRACTICES
"I trust the players. We work hard all season. We don't just turn up on a Saturday, it's an opportunity for your working week. Anyone that watches us knows we've got a structure, we've got a way of playing and hopefully, the players can execute the game plan. It's probably going to come down to a couple of big moments I'd imagine and who can fall the right side of them."
ON FULL HOUSE AT OAKWELL
"I think the connection between the Club and the fans has been building for a long time. Before Christmas it was tough. You could see there was a disconnect, you could feel it. There have been some big games post-Christmas, you can feel the atmosphere.
"The players will feel that when they drive up the road, when they come out for the warm-ups, there'll be a hum and a buzz around the place. The fact that we've had so many sell-outs since the turn of the year probably tells you the relationship is definitely getting closer."