Norfarhan Muhammad wants to redeem last year's disappointment of failing to play in the final by giving his best against Pahang this Sunday.
Kelantan winger, Norfarhan Muhammad, can’t wait to play in the 2013 Malaysia Cup final this Sunday after he missed out last year due to injury.
He was jealous of his teammates who ran out and won 3-2 against ATM last year as he said that the feeling of playing in the game is very much different from just watching the game.
Speaking to Utusan, Norfarhan said: “I will make sure that my appearance can help Kelantan lift the Malaysia Cup two times in a row and this will also be the best present for the fans who were disappointed that I could not play last year.”
Norfarhan, who is regular the Kelantan first XI this season, was also hoping that he can pile on the pressure against Pahang.
“Other players and I will follow the strategy set up by Bojan, and will give our best to end this season with a victory,” he added.
The Red Warriors are determined to lift the trophy once again when they face Pahang at the Shah Alam Stadium after successfully defending their FA Cup earlier this year.