Killa's preview

Last updated : 22 May 2009 By Bladesmadeditor
428358-1The-25-year-old put pen to paper at Bramall Lane in January 2007 when Neil Warnock's men were fighting for survival in the Premiership. He has successfully cemented his place in heart of defence over the past couple of seasons, and isn't far away from making his 100th Blades appearance.

Fans in both Burnley and the red and white half of Sheffield will be biting their fingernails over the weekend, but Killa confesses that he's in a relaxed mood. He said:

"I am quite good at relaxing away from the training ground but it is getting closer now and I am thinking about the game. It is such a big day that you can't prepare for everything, so everybody has to use their past experiences to our advantage.

"We all want to play in the Premiership and Monday is a great opportunity to seal that for next season. It is a massive stadium but we know what to expect and go there with a good knowledge of the surroundings.

"The lads are ready to go and you can see that in training. We have had a little break since the Preston game and now we are ready to go. It is a massive occasion, but we can't get too carried away so the preparation must be normal. Things have been kept quite low key, it is business time now and the way we have trained shows that."