David Platt: "Rather than dramatising the situation, it is about finishing the season as strongly as we can do.
"You would probably put money on us finishing second now and hopefully we will win the FA Cup.
"But we still have to play a good team and anything can happen in the final.
"We have our own expectations and our own expectations are very high."
"The pressure is still on to win football games.
"You set off every season playing for the trophies you are involved in. You want to win them all.
"There is nothing like an FA Cup final in England. It stands the test of time despite all the euphoria around the Champions League and Premier League, which are the big prizes, let's not be silly about it.
"The FA Cup final has got its own status in this country."