Cambridge United winger Sullay Kaikai has told IBTimes UK his teammates will be fighting over Wayne Rooney's shirt after tonight's FA Cup replay against Manchester United.
Kaikai, one of the players who starred in Cambridge's remarkable draw with United at the Abbey Stadium, also said he believes his team can win the tie if they play as well as they did in the first game.
Speaking ahead of tonight's replay, Kaikai said: "I want Rooney's shirt. I'm guessing a lot of the lads will want him too though, because he is the captain and such a high-profile footballer."
The Cambridge players were told not to swap shirts after the first match with United, manager Richard Money telling reporters that the club was not wealthy enough to pay for new ones.
However Kaikai told us that "in the next game [at Old Trafford I think we'll be allowed to swap shirts]."
Discussing his team's chances tonight, Kaikai, who has earned rave reviews at Cambridge since joining on loan from Crystal Palace, said: "With big games like this, you have to go into it with belief and confidence and play your normal game, no matter the opposition. That's what we did at home.
"If we play like we did the first leg then we've got every single chance. We need to go in there with that same belief, that same structure, and just believe in ourselves and see what happens."