Date: 2nd April 2010 at 1:12pm
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Lee Trundle says scoring in tomorrow’s derby at Cardiff City would be the best of his career.

The on-loan Bristol City striker has found it difficult to feature in the side recently and has regularly been an unused substitute in 2010.

Therefore Lee Trundle even getting on the pitch tomorrow would be a big bonus for the striker, but he says if he did and managed to score it would be his best one in a Swansea City shirt:

“I would like to score against them,”

“To score against Cardiff, especially if it`s the winner, it would be the best goal I have netted for the club.

“I don`t care if it`s a tap-in, or if someone takes a shot and it goes in off my back. I will take anything.”

“I just hope I get out there,”

“I was looking forward to doing that in the last game at the Liberty but I didn`t manage it.

“Hopefully it will be different this time because it`s a game I`ve always wanted to play in. It`s a career ambition of mine.

“I`ve just got fingers crossed that I will play some part. It`s a massive game no matter what but, considering where we each are in the play-offs and what`s at stake, it`s even bigger.

“Even if this game was a friendly, the two teams would be desperate to win it. But, especially with the points involved and where it could take us in the table, this is everything to us.”

“Cardiff are a strong side with players that can cause problems,” he said. “But we can go there and not be scared of them.

“The last couple of games have been a bit of a dip for us but the derby has come at a great time. It`s a game that you have to be up for and a game that you don`t really need any motivation for because we know how important it is to everyone in the city.

“You don`t need a team talk. You just need to turn up and have a look at the atmosphere and that will get you going on its own.”




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