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Little Aims For JPT Repeat

Bristol City defender Mark Little is desperate to retain the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

The defender was part of the Peterborough United side that won last season’s competition with a 3-1 victory over Chesterfield last season.

And he would dearly love to experience a sense of deja vu with City in March at Wembley.

Little said: “I did it last year when we reached the final and won it.

“Everyone wants to go and play at Wembley. It’s a really good day out for everybody and to win there is an amazing feeling.

“We know it’s in touching distance now. To do it again by getting through this area final would be fantastic.

“We’ve done well at Gillingham this season already and hopefully we can repeat that again. It’s very promising and we’ve set markers down.

“It’s obviously a bit unknown with their manager (Peter Taylor) having left since the last game, but I’m sure our previous wins will be in the back of their minds too.”

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