Sheffield United’s Ryan Flynn insists ‘it’s all to play for’ as the Blades head to Swindon on Monday for the second leg of their play off semi-final at the County Ground.
United trail 2-1 from a controversial first leg at Bramall Lane in which Nigel Clough was incensed by some of the refereeing decisions.
Flynn claims the team feel unlucky to be behind heading to Wiltshire but is confident United can turn around the deficit.
“It’s still all to play for,” said the Scot. “I thought we played well on the night (at Bramall Lane) and we’re unfortunate to be 2-1 down but it is what it is and we’ve got a hard game on our hands.
“We can definitely go there and get a result.”
I thought we played well on the night and we’re unfortunate to be 2-1 downRyan Flynn