AFC Fylde captain Josh Langley believes tomorrow’s pivotal clash at Boston United is the ‘biggest in the club’s history’.
Three points in Lincolnshire would see the Coasters crowned champions of the National League North with a game to spare and Langley hopes that all the hard work put in over the course of the season will reap rewards.
Langley said: “It’s probably the biggest game in the club’s history. We’ve been given the opportunity to claim the title and we are really looking forward to it.
“We’re at the top of the league for a reason, it’s not luck. We deserve to be there.
“The play-offs are a lottery and that’s why we’re determined to get it wrapped up tomorrow.
“We are all really excited. It has been a long season with a lot of hard work put into it. These are the games that you want to play in and fingers crossed we can get the job done.”
The former Wigan Athletic defender was full of praise for the Coasters’ 44-goal hitman Danny Rowe, but insists everyone has played their part.
“Rowey gets all the headlines and rightly so. For a lad to score so many goals is unbelievable but we are all as important as one another.
“We need everyone to perform tomorrow and that includes Rowey. Hopefully he can get a couple more goals and get us over the line.”
Langley is also keen to win the title for everyone off the pitch: “The fans have been brilliant this season, home and away, and I think promotion would mean everything to them, as it would to us.
“There are also some great people behind the scenes who work really hard. We want to make sure they all achieve their dream by getting promotion.”