Trophy Time For Azza

Aaron Morley has won one piece of Papa Johns Trophy silverware and hopes there’s more to come.

Morley topped a supporters’ vote to win the Player of the Round award for his performance in Wanderers’ semi-final victory over Accrington Stanley.

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The Whites’ midfielder – whose stunning strike sealed a 2-0 win at Accrington –received his trophy at the Wanderers’ training ground and now his sights set on Sunday’s Trophy final against Plymouth Argyle at Wembley.

“I’d like to thank every fan who voted for me,” said Morley.

“It was a great game and a great goal for me and hopefully I can replicate that in the final.”

Morley’s goal, added to an opener from Elias Kachunga, propelled Wanderers to Wembley and the chance to win a first knock-out trophy since success in the same competition in 1989.

Ian Evatt's men will be backed by around 34,000 fans and Morley can’t wait to get out there in pursuit of another prize.

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“I think they are all buzzing that we are going to Wembley,” he added.

“Hopefully they will be very loud and help push us on. There are going to be over 70,000 there so it’s going to be a great occasion.

“It would mean everything (to win). It would be a dream come true and hopefully we can do that.”   

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