GREG Ngoyi says he aims to take out his frustrations on Harrow Borough in tomorrow (Tuesday) night's FA Trophy second qualifying round replay at Grosvenor Vale.
Wealdstone looked to be heading for the next round and a trip to Farnborough before Borough striker Rocky Baptiste made it 2-2 in the eighth minute of added time. Now Ngoyi, who drew a rare blank at Earlsmead, is desperate to lead the charge tomorrow in what could be a much-changed side ahead of Sunday's crunch FA Cup tie with Rotherham United.
"Having a replay has really messed up our preparations for the Rotherham game", said Ngoyi. "Gordon (Bartlett, manager) went mental at the referee at the end - I've never seen him like that before. But hopefully we can do the job tomorrow and I can get back scoring as I was really frustrated on Saturday."
Ngoyi could be one of few senior players on duty tomorrow and he is relishing the extra responsibility. "I'd love that extra repsonsibility on my shoulders and help the younger guys in the side", he added. "I'm not going to be able to play for the team for three games so I will be really going for it if I play tomorrow."
Stones are expecting a bumper crowd tomorrow, not least because their derby rivals are in town. Fans in their droves are expected to snap up tickets for Sunday's FA Cup game from the social club at the ground.