Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup is full of pride leading the club into today's Capital One Cup final.
Laudrup knows how important today's clash with Bradford City is for fans.
"I know how much winning a cup would mean to the club, the fans and the people. I sometimes go for drives with my wife around south Wales and always the people are so friendly and so passionate," he told the Daily Mail.
"It's the biggest game in the club's history and I respect that. I asked all the players before the quarter-final against Middlesbrough if any had ever played in a major final. None of them put his hand up and there were 20 of them in the room. That is why winning on Sunday will mean as much to me as anything in my career."