YOU won't get Danny Harrison talking badly about the Scottish Challenge Cup.

The 39-year-old midfielder loved his run to the final with Connah's Quay Nomads in 2019 and wants to try and emulate that with Flint Town United next season.

Victory tomorrow afternoon at Caernarfon Town will secure a place for Flint alongside Cymru Premier League champions The New Saints and Harrison is ready to play his part.

"I loved it in the Scottish Challenge Cup that season with Nomads when we went all the way to the final," said the former Chester, Tranmere and Rotherham man who followed Michael Wilde from Connah's Quay to Flint last summer.

"We played Falkirk away. They had a great ground at are a bit of a sleeping giant. We also played at Hampden Park and had two great games at home.

"And the the trip to Inverness for the final against Ross County also brings back great memories.

"A lot of people be-little the Scottish Challenge Cup, bit like some so with the Welsh Premier League but I'd love to play in it with Flint next season."

Harrison will be a key figure in tomorrow's final having recovered from a serious knee injury to help Neil Gibson's side to a top five finish in the league.

"It's been a good season when you consider where the club finished before," added Harrison. "I'm just glad to be playing.

"I had to be patient with the injury and not come back too soon.

"Getting through 90 minutes and extra time last week against Penybont was great for me - and to still manage to walk to penalty spot to tuck one away in the shoot-out!" Having lifted silverware with Nomads during his spell at The Deeside Stadium, Harrison is keen to add another winners' medal to his collection.

"This would have been a play-off for a place in Europe and that would have shown how much the club has progressed this season," added Harrison.

"I've just looking forward to finishing the season with the chance for silverware and we'll give it a good go."