David James is delighted with his two years at Portsmouth.
"It's not regimented like those clubs where as soon as you walk through the door you're expected to win the league. If you don't then you have a questionable failure.
"There aren't the same pressures at Portsmouth. But there are certain pressures and those pressures have helped get us to the final.
"But at the same time we've also benefited from having the changing rooms at a crappy old Portakabin at the training ground and a bumpy training pitch. My experience has helped me through the season as an individual. It's taught me when not to do certain things. The team make-up has got experience running through it.
"We have got a good environment, we talk among each other and we debate and talk things through. It's a nice place to be. I'm happy and very content."