Leicester City winger Ben Marshall looks to cap memorable fortnight
Ben Marshall is hoping to have the perfect end to two of the most memorable weeks of his career tomorrow.
The Leicester City winger is still on a high after his England under-21 debut and he says victory over Wolves in front of the live Sky cameras at Molineux tomorrow afternoon would cap a wonderful period in his career.
"It has been brilliant," he said. "It was an honour to play for my country and to play 90 minutes in the second game was really good for me and my family.
"My mum and dad come and watch me every week and my dad loves football, so it was special for them as well, to see me wearing an England shirt and singing the national anthem.
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"My confidence is high. After Monday's game, I went home to see my family and reflected on the experience. Now I am fully focused on Wolves.
"It was a really great experience but I can't wait for tomorrow. I want to finish the week on another high. It would be nice to get the win and really top the week off."
Marshall said the City players are under no illusions they face a stiff test against a side that has just come down from the Premier League.
But he said City were as strong as Wolves and insists that, if they can reproduce the performance they showed at Blackburn Rovers, where they impressed in defeat, they would be difficult to beat.
"It is going to be a hard game," he said.
"They have just come down from the Premier League but we have just as good a squad.
"We have to remember what we did at Blackburn and make sure we get the win this time because the performance was good. We always seem to play well against the bigger teams."