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McIndoe On Crucial Clash v Hull

Michael McIndoe previews the crucial Wembley clash with Hull and explains why he struggles with the idea of being just one game away from the Premiership.

'Last week we saw off Crystal Palace at Ashton Gate to reach the play-off final. But the job is not done yet. In fact it is far from being done. You don`t celebrate too much about reaching the final - getting there is the easier part. We still haven`t won anything. That`s the mindset we have to keep. To win, we must do the business at the weekend.

'I scored our second goal in the return leg at Palace - the decisive winner I suppose. I was obviously happy to score but I wasn`t ecstatic. People have been patting me on the back for the last week but I can't take all that praise and credit on board. I have only scored a goal that`s won a game. I haven`t scored the goal that got us promoted. Not yet anyway. So hopefully there are more goals to come from me and hopefully they will come on Saturday at Wembley.

'We are one game away from the Premiership, but I struggle with that idea. This time last year I was two games away from the Premiership - you can almost touch it. You are so near, yet so far. For me, it is a false position that can only become real when you actually become a Premier League team.'

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Date:Friday May 23 2008

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