Coventry City have “a lot to give” when they face Middlesbrough on Wednesday in the second leg of the Championship semi-final, says on-loan defender Brook Norton-Cuffy.
The winners will play either Luton or Sunderland in the final at Wembley on Saturday, 27 May (16:45 BST).
“Not losing was very important,” defender Norton-Cuffy told BBC CWR.
Middlesbrough, who finished fourth in the Championship, five points above Coventry, who are in fifth place, had their best performance in the first round in the West Midlands.
The Sky Blues, hoping to return to the Premier League for the first time since 2001, failed to hit the target all afternoon.
With the second leg 48 hours away, Arsenal loanee Norton-Cuffy knows Coventry will have to find another weapon on Teesside.
“We have a lot to give – 100%,” the 19-year-old full-back said.
“We’re going to need this to get to Wembley and we want to do that. I feel like we can go very far.”
Sky Blues have players to ‘change the game’
After a poor start to the season which saw Coventry relegated to the bottom of the table, Mark Robins’ side built on the foundations of their successful campaign with seven wins in nine games before the World Cup break in mid-November. they have won half of their last 16 league games – losing just once – to complete a top-six finish.
With the top flight having been won, Norton-Cuffy says the Sky Blues know they can go up when they face Boro again.
“As a team we already know we have the players and the ability to do it,” he said.
“It’s just believing in ourselves and as the season goes on we’ll get stronger and stronger and we’ve played some amazing games.
“Hopefully we can continue our current form and stay unbeaten and see where it takes us – we have players who can change games.”