Former Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome will attempt to replicate his Wembley success with Bolton this weekend.

The 37-year-old already has four wins under his belt at the national stadium, including a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough, when he opened the scoring to help City to the Premier League.

He's also been victorious with Birmingham and England's under-21s, as well as with Bolton in the Papa John's Trophy. But he isn't done yet, and is hoping to add a fifth when Wanderers face Oxford United in the League One play-off final this evening.

“It’s a nice omen to have, the place has been good to me down the years, so long may it continue,” he told The Bolton News.

“Is there a secret? Well, people would pay me a few quid for that!

“I don’t think there is a secret, luck plays a part and just whoever manages the day and occasion better seems to come out on top."

Jerome still has fond memories of his goal in the Championship final for Norwich, and hopes someone on his side can repeat the trick against Oxford United.

“Things like that stick in your memory forever really,” he continued. “It is part of history for that particular football club and obviously the magnitude of the game, a play-off final, is something special that will remain forever.

“This Saturday, someone is going to be the hero and hopefully it comes in a Bolton Wanderers shirt.

“That is football. Especially as forwards, you can be having a bad game for 89 minutes but hit the winner in the 90th and the rest is history as they say.

“Someone is going to be a hero and hopefully it comes from us.

“We are confident in the squad, everybody is fully fit and raring to go. We have had a good training week and everyone seems to be relaxed and focus.

“Now it is about getting the job done. We know Oxford are a good side and a tough opponent. They topped the league for a long time this season so we can’t forget that.

“We will give them the respect they deserve and go out there to try and produce our game plan. Hopefully, we can come out on top.”