DANNY WARD says Huddersfield’s football “fairytale” reminds him of Wales’ adventures final summer.
Ward, 23, said: “Who would have suspicion 10 years ago Wales would get to a semi-final of a Euros?
“That’s a beauty of football. It’s a fairytale for all a boys. We were created off during a start of a deteriorate as intensity relegation candidates, so to be in a play-off final is special.
“With Wales, we shaped a genuine group suggestion that a lot of fans enjoyed.
“It is identical here. We’ve over-achieved in a eyes of a open though in a changing room, we know what qualities we’ve got.
“Grit and integrity got us over a line opposite Wednesday. We’ve got a bit of momentum, so a summary to a lads is, ‘Let’s go and squeeze it’.”
When Ward saved Owls forward Fernando Forestieri’s spot-kick to sign victory, he darted a length of a representation to salute a divided fans.
Ward added: “I’ve never run like that in my life!”
The screw even laid down a impertinent plea to scurry statue Usain Bolt, tweeting him: “Fancy it lad?”