Shrimps defender Harry Davis has two goals on Sunday – to help Morecambe beat Chelsea in the FA Cup third round and get Kai Havertz’s shirt for his six-year-old son.
Davis returned to training with the rest of the squad this week after the recent period of isolation and says he is glad to be back and focusing on this weekend’s clash with the Premiership giants at Stamford Bridge.
Davis said: “I’m delighted to be back and I’m sure my family are too because I think I was sending everyone mad at home with them not used to seeing me in the house as much.
“It’s great that we can now set our sights on preparing for the game which we all know is a big one. Everyone is looking forward to it and it will be a great experience for everyone too.
“We know it will be difficult but we will give it our all. The main aim is to do ourselves justice on the day and put in a good display and see where that takes us.’’
Talking about the draw he said: “I was watching it with my wife and two boys and we were jumping about when Chelsea came out.
“My six-year-old son was really excited and told me I had to get Havertz’s shirt just to add to the pressure.’’