Goalscorer Anderson believes Town could have taken a lead into the second-leg but it still pleased to be in a great position at this stage
Paul Anderson was pleased to see Town go into the second leg of the Play-Off semi-final all square, although felt the Blues could have edged the game with the chances they had.
The midfielder came off the bench to fire Town level against Norwich, after the Canaries had nudged in front thanks to Jonny Howson.
Ando now feels that Town have put themselves into a great position going into next weekend’s second leg at Carrow Road.
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“It’s all square going into the second leg and we’ve put ourselves into a great position, although I’m sure Norwich will be saying the same,” Ando told the official Club website.
“I actually thought we had the chances to win the game but it’s level pegging with one game to get ourselves to Wembley and we would have all taken that at the start of the season.
“The lads have been fantastic all season so I’m delighted for them but also for the manager, the staff and all the fans.
“You could see how much it meant to everyone inside the ground by the celebrations after the goal.
“I was a bit fortunate in the way the ball fell to me but I was so delighted to stick it in the back of the net and, like I said, we’ve given ourselves a good opportunity to get to Wembley.
“I’ve been involved in Play-Offs before and always lost at this stage, so hopefully this can be the year it changes.”