Date: 14th May 2010 at 7:58am
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Rotherham United are just two games away from playing at Wembley and Manager, Ronnie Moore says that he wants that more than anything.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser, Moore said, ‘I want to lead the side out at Wembley and the players should want to run through a brick wall for this because opportunities like this don’t come around very often.

‘This is an opportunity to play at Wembley and then to play in League One. And, even for the players who might not be here next season, there’s pride to play for as well as a chance to impress in front of the live TV cameras.

‘The players should want to go out and do it not just for themselves but for their families because Wembley is a fantastic day out for their partners, mums, dads and their kids.

‘I so want to get through I feel as though I could go and play half-an-hour myself!’

Talking about playing at Aldershot, Moore said, ‘We’ve got to give it a go but be sensible with a solid 4-4-2. The thing with us is we are capable of winning five-nil but we’re also capable of losing two-nil and you just don’t know which team is going to turn up. We are going to need workaholics down there and the back four will have to defend well and we want to go into the second leg with everything to play for.’