ADAM Forshaw has warned the job is only half done after Brentford booked their place in the play-off final with a dramatic penalty shootout win over Swindon.
Forshaw slammed home the decisive spot-kick to seal a meeting with Yeovil Town at Wembley on May 19 after it ended 4-4 on aggregate.
But the former Everton midfielder knows there's still work to be done to win promotion to the Championship.
He said: “We've made hard work of it all year, everybody knows that. We had to keep going and believing.
“It's not even half a job done yet. We've got to go and finish it off now.
“We've got the momentum. The lads are made up and are taking all the positives.
“The gaffer was really happy but he knows there's work to do.”
Forshaw held his nerve to beat Wes Foderingham from 12 yards to send Brentford through after Simon Moore had saved Miles Storey's spot-kick.
“I was tired but I didn't have any nerves whatsoever,” said Forshaw.
“You just have to stay focused in those situations and not let the scenario take hold of me. I just treated it like any penalty on the training ground.
“I've only ever taken a penalty in youth football, so I'm going to enjoy it. But there were four other players who took penalties and Clayton [Donaldson] scored two great goals. It was a massive joint effort.”
Forshaw revealed he has already received plenty of requests for tickets, adding: “I'll have plenty of mini-buses coming down from Liverpool. It will be a great day and hopefully we can finish it off.”
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