In the most important game of the season, we produced our best performance. An explosive start, the threat of nearly losing a two-goal lead, followed by two coups des graces on the counter-attack made it a night that will live long in the memory for any Sky Blues supporter.
However, the task now is very much about making sure we produce one more big performance to win promotion. This club shouldn’t be at League Two level and failing to secure promotion this season would have to go down as a failure. This isn’t about soaking up the atmosphere at Wembley, this is about finishing a job off that we had almost let slip from us on a number of occasions this season.
The sense from many, myself included, heading into the play-offs was that the semi-finals would be harder for us than a one-off final, but now we’re here, the margins between success and failure are far narrower than a two-legged semi-final. Those two legs against Notts County must have been physically and emotionally draining for the players, but we have to find a way to replicate the intensity we produced in the second-leg in order to make it another Wembley trip to remember.