Dorus - We Can Be Proud Of Each Other
Monday, 23rd May 2011 14:28
Dorus De Vries has said despite the pride he and his team mates have achieved nothing yet
The Swansea City goalkeeper will be hoping for one more clean sheet on Monday knowing that it could lift the Swans into the Premier League with victory over Reading.
He told the Evening Post "All I'm thinking about now is that I want to win at Wembley, that's my next target
"It's going to be one hell of a day. I think everybody in Swansea can be proud of each other and proud of this team
"All the team members can be proud of each other.
"We're 90 minutes away, but I don't want to get too carried away because we've still got a step to go.
"We're not there yet.
"We're at Wembley, we've got one game to prove ourselves," he said.
"I'm looking forward to it already, I think everyone around Swansea is.
"Let's hope it's going to be another memorable night.
"As long as we stand up like we have in the past couple of weeks and show what we're about, we'll be okay.
"We have to go to Wembley and make sure it's a day not to forget for Swansea City."
Reflecting on the 3-1 semi-final win, he added: "I think it was a miracle that Leon Briton scored with his left foot so it was meant to be.
"Everybody stood up like the real men that they are when the time was tough.
"That's what got us through."
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