Whitby Town skipper Steven Snaith is aiming to get his first piece of silverware as the club’s captain when they face Pickering Town on Monday.
Snaith is set to lead his side in their quest for the club’s first silverware in 12 years.
The Blues’ skipper is now aiming to top off what he believes has been a successful season.
“It’s been a great year for us,” Snaith told the Whitby Gazette.
“Being captain of this club is something that I wanted from the moment I first joined. I was determined to show my leadership qualities and I’ve done that.
“Now the aim is to win some silverware. It would mean a lot to captain this club to success.”
The Seasiders are considered favourites to win at the Riverside Stadium, but Snaith, however, says that whatever the result, he’ll be proud of his peers.
“We’ve worked hard to get here and if it doesn’t come off then it doesn’t come off,” the Blues captain added.
“We’re not taking anything for granted. Pickering will be up for it.
“As long as we put in the performance we’re capable of we should be fine.
“I’ll be happy with the lads if we come off knowing we’ve given our all, even if the result doesn’t favour us.”