Vale face Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday afternoon with absolutely no pressure on them to perform, but they will be going all out for a win to see the season out on a high.
Micky Adams is aiming for second spot but says whatever the result, win, lose or draw, thyey will be celebrating with the fans after the game.
A party atmosphere is assured, with yet another huge Vale following in attendance and you can bet they will enjoy the occasion, and for a change there will be no nail biting going on in the crowd.
Vale will take twenty four players so that they can all join in after the game as they have all played an important part this season, no matter how many games they have appeared in.
No doubt former Vale favourite Gareth Ainsworth will get a huge welcome from the travelling supporters too, as he plays his final game before hanging up his boots to concentrate on full time management.
Vale ‘keeper Chris Neal has been warned, strictly tongue-in-cheek by the Club Chaplain, not to concede more than 28 goals, so he will be on his toes.
But on a serious note, Despite promotion already assured, barring a 28-goal shift, Vale will want to win this match just as much as they would if promotion depended on it.
Calvin Andrew is not available, nor is Rob Taylor, who is likely to miss a lot of the pre-season, but there is a chance of a return for Ashley Vincent.
This is the last chance for the players to impress upon the manager their importance to the squad, before Micky announces his retained list on Wednesday.
But in truth that is likely to be the last thing any of them are thinking about on Saturday as they enjoy the day with the Vale supporters.
If you are unable to attend the game at Adams Park, you can always listen to full match commentary on Valiant Player.
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