The Reds striker spoke ahead of Friday night's clash at Oakwell with Bolton Wanderers in the Sky Bet League One play-off semi-final second leg.
ON FIRST LEG
"I think we put ourselves in a position to win the game. There's a reason why there are four teams in the play-offs because they're capable of winning games and scoring goals. So it doesn't surprise me that they were able to score. We were disappointed not to win but we're coming here with an opportunity. It's winner takes all."
ON SQUAD DEPTH
"The team hasn't come out yet. Big games and big moments that as a player you look forward to playing in. Given the opportunity, if that arises, I'll be doing the best I can to help the team.
"It's a massive squad game now. Gone are the days where it's your starting eleven and your three or four subs that come on. We're making four, five subs every game, it shows the depth of the squad that we've got."
ON PAST EXPERIENCES OF PLAY-OFFS
"This is my fifth play-off campaign. I've lost in the semis, lost the final and I've won two finals - so I've experienced it all! I've got the experience and I know how it feels when you do lose a final. The beauty of it is, I don't think there are too many play-off campaigns between them. They're sort of naive to the severity of the game, which can be a very good thing. Everyone's in good spirits, no one's overly focused or overly worried about the game. It's definitely something that can help us and if we treat it just like another game it'll put us in good stead."
ON THE OCCASION OF FRIDAY NIGHT
"They're electric these nights. The Plymouth, the Derby's, the Sheff Wednesday's - if we can get anything close to the atmosphere we had against Sheffield Wednesday at home, it will be a special night. If we can come away with a win and get to celebrate with the fans knowing there will be a trip to Wembley at the end of it, there won't be many moments that come close to this in most of these lads' footballing careers."