CONCORD Rangers goalkeeper Chris Haigh cannot wait to finally continue the Beach Boys’ eventful FA Trophy campaign this weekend.

Concord host Halesowen in the semi-final this weekend, close to six months after the tie was originally due to take place. And, with the winners reaching Wembley, Haigh is thrilled Danny Scopes’ side have the opportunity to play the tie which will now be just a one off clash.

“I think we all feared that the journey was over in these current circumstances,” said Haigh.

“There had been rumours floating around that the game would be played but we only got confirmation last week which was great. It’s not ideal but we can still get to Wembley.”

And Haigh would love nothing more than to reach the world famous home of English football.

“It would honestly be a dream come true,” said Haigh.

“I watched England against Brazil there when it first opened and if we get there, it would be a massive, massive achievement.”

However, Haigh is taking nothing for granted and knows Halesowen will be tough to beat.

“This weekend will be a tough game,” said Haigh.

“Halesowen are a good side and we all know that we have to be on it to get through. But the Trophy has been amazing for us and hopefully it can be again at the weekend.”

Concord warmed up for the clash by beating Southend United 3-0 on Tuesday night. And Haigh felt it was the perfect way to warm up.

“It was great to test ourselves against a decent Southend set-up,” he added.