Teams: Derby County, Burton Albion
Striker Arturo Lupoli wants to sign off in style by firing Derby County back to the Premiership.
"I'm not a Fiorentina player yet and the main thing for me is to help get Derby promoted," said the 19-year-old, who will return to Italy after his season-long loan at Pride Park.
Lupoli, a free agent in the summer, turned down the offer of a contract extension from Arsenal and has pledged his future to Fiorentina.
He has agreed a five-year deal with the Serie A club and said a host of other clubs were interested in him, including Internazionale, AC Milan, Napoli and Valencia.
First, Lupoli has some unfinished business with the Rams before heading home.
His lack of games in recent weeks has left him disappointed but he remains fully focused on the Championship run-in.
"We have a big, big chance and I think we will be promoted but we have to be patient and get back on track," said Lupoli, who has been on the substitutes' bench as the Rams have failed to win in three league games.
He has not started a league match since January 13.
"I just want to play, I always want to play, and so it has been disappointing not to be in the team," said Lupoli.
"I thought I did quite well between September and January but the manager makes the decisions on who plays. I hope to have more chances to show what I can do."
Lupoli has no regrets about his time in England having joined Arsenal from Parma in July 2004.
"I would like to thank Arsenal for everything they have done for me," he said.
"To be training with the likes of Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Robert Pires and Freddie Ljungberg was amazing for me and I learned so much.
"I have also learned some good stuff at Derby. The Championship is a very tough league and you also have to learn to chase, tackle and help your team.
"The manager, Billy Davies, is very good with the young players and is always trying to get the best out of Ryan Smith, Giles Barnes and myself."
Davies says Lupoli still has a big part to play this season.
Fiorentina have recovered from the 15-point punishment for their part in a match-fixing scandal to sit seventh in Serie A with Luca Toni and Adrian Mutu forming a successful strike partnership.
"They are a great partnership and hopefully I can add to that," said Lupoli, who is in Italy's Under-21 squad and looking forward to the European Championships this summer.
Asked why he opted for Fiorentina, he added: "They are an ambitious club and the prospects for the future are good.
"They made it clear that they really wanted me."
Originally Posted by Nico
I dont belive in jinxing mate, I do belive in playing at home with a 2-0 advantage against a team which I cant see scoring 2 goals!
Of course, if we lose, I'll never admit it was me who wrote this.
Forest 2-5 Yeovil aet
Brian Clough - Legend!