Dream has come true for Pierre
WYCOMBE Wanderers defender Aaron Pierre will be fulfilling a lifelong ambition when he steps out onto the Wembley turf on Saturday, writes Ryan O’Donovan.
The 22-year-old (pictured) will be ending his first full season in senior football with an n appearance at the national stadium in n the League Two play- off final against t Southend.
After being g embroiled in a relegation battle with h the club while on loanl only 12 months ago, this campaign has been the stuff of dreams for both Wycombe and Pierre.
He said: “I can’t wait to play at Wembley, I honestly can’t wait.
“Who wouldn’t want to play at Wembley?
“I “It’s’ every kid’ kid’s d dream to one day be playing there because that’s the highest level in terms of stadiums you can play at.
“That’s the big stage where you want to be in life, so the fact that we have got the opportunity to do so is remarkable and I be believe that no one will take this for gran granted.
“I “I’m elated at the fact that we got the cha chance to get to We Wembley. We were ver very unfortunate to mis miss out on automatic pro promotion, but we des deserve to be in this fin final.”
Pierre added the fac fact that Wycombe ha have a small squad ha has worked in the Ch Chairboys’ favour th this season.
“Everyone fights fo for each other be because we have a sm small squad – the smallestll in the entire league,” he said.
“The fact that we work hard for each other and the fact that we’re very passionate about what we do and we all have the same ambition means that it worked out on the pitch for us.”