Sheffield United manager Neil Warnock is excited by the prospect of the club's return to Premiership football at the weekend.
The Blades host Liverpool in the opening game of the new season after 12 seasons out of England's top division.
Warnock, a lifelong Sheffield United fan, admits there will be plenty of nerves prior to kick-off on Saturday and is hoping for a good performance from all his players.
"I think there'll be a few knee-jerking times before the game, but we've just got to get on with it," Warnock told Sky Sports News.
"I'm sure when you hear the crowd it will be an amazing place to be on Saturday.
"I just hope we don't leave it in the dressing room and I hope we give a good account of ourselves for what is a difficult game."
Defender Leigh Bromby, meanwhile, believes Saturday will be a day to remember for many of the United squad.
With many of the players at Warnock's disposal yet to taste Premiership football, Bromby expects many dreams to come true against Liverpool.
"It's going to be massive," he added. "There's a lot of people at the club who haven't played in The Premiership and it's a lot of players' dreams.
"Hopefully they will come true on Saturday for a lot of people."