Wimbledon captain Danny Kedwell gives us the lowdown on his team-mates ahead of Saturday's historic play-off final against Luton Town.

Seb Brown

He has come on since last year when he wasn't in the team and has been the best goalkeeper in this league. His shotstopping is unbelievable.

Sammy Hatton

He played midfield the last few years for us and done a job at right back this year and got our player of the year. That just shows he has found his position.

Brett Johnson

Very experienced and played in the Football League, the sort of person we need in these games. I don't know where he has got his recent goalscoring exploits from though.

Jamie Stuart

A bit of a mad one but very experienced and he is good for us. Another one we need in these sorts of games, he is a winner and leader.

Gareth Gwillim

He came on loan from Dagenham and he is very good, with a massive throw which we like. He is a very sold left back.

Steven Gregory

The best ball player in the league, he is unbelievable on the ball. The only thing he is missing is his goals but I am sure he will get them in the final, he saved them for the final at Hayes & Yeading.

Ricky Wellard

Didn't have a good start to the season and he went to Cambridge United but since coming back has been unbelievable. His eyesight for a defence splitting pass is frightening.

Rashid Yussuff

A very good dribbler, you cannot get the ball off the man. Some of the things he does are frightening and I am sure he will push on to bigger things.

Luke Moore

Going to a diamond shape has shown how much quality he has. He plays in that hole and is a very lively character in there, probably one of them nuisance midfielders always rattling around your ankles.

Kaid Mohamed

My new strike partner since Mainy has gone and he is the help I haven't had playing up front on my own. He took the pressure off me and now he has settled he is scoring goals.

Danny Kedwell

I am a hard-worker and grafter and I get my rewards from it. That's all I can so on myself really.


Lee Minshull

He is an impact player and the type you need to come off the bench, he defends and can score.

Christian Jolley

He is quick and has some skill about him. Only just started at this level and next year is when you will see how good he really is.

James Mulley

His is so fit and doesn't stop running. His goal against Fleetwood, when he defended and in our half and ended up getting on the end of it and getting a goal, was fantastic.

Ismail Yakubu

Another one with experience of playing in the Football League. He is someone it is good to have who pushes us on.

Jack Turner

He is going to be one hell of goalkeeper. His kicking is Premiership kicking and in a few years when he gets his chance he will take it.

Those missing out: Ed Harris, Ryan Jackson, Kirk Hudson, Reece Jones, Mark Nwokeji, Jon Main.

Injured: Fraser Franks, Sammy Moore.