MICHAEL Harriman says the thrill of taking part in Jamie Carragher's final match will live with him for the rest of his career – and inspire him to make an impact in the game.
The right back enjoyed a memorable first Premier league start at Anfield last week, and in a largely depressing season for QPR, the young defender's performance offered a rare ray of sunshine.
Playing for Wycombe Wanderers under Gareth Ainsworth this season has been a boon, but turning out in the final game of the season was extra special and his assured display justified Harry Redknapp's faith in him.
“The fact it was Jamie Carragher's last game is probably what's going to stick in my mind most,” Harriman told the Chronicle .
“It was definitely inspiring to be there for his last game. It was a privilege.
“He's a legend and it's been great watching him over the years and to be a part of his last ever game's always going to be a memorable moment for me.
“He's been an inspiration for many players and if I can be half the pro that he's been over the years then I will go far.”