FA Trophy: North Ferriby boss Billy Heath ready for 'biggest game'
|FA Trophy Final: North Ferriby United v Wrexham|
|Venue: Wembley Stadium Date: Sunday, 29 March Kick-off: 13:30 BST Coverage: Live on BBC Radio Wales, Radio Cymru, BBC Radio Humberside and online. Highlights on Match of the Day Wales, 22:00 BST on BBC Two Wales|
Sunday's FA Trophy final against Wrexham will be the "biggest game" of North Ferriby boss Billy Heath's career.
The Villagers, who are ninth in the Conference North, booked their place at Wembley after beating Conference South side Bath City on penalties.
"As a football game it is the biggest of my career. For a club like ourselves it is phenomenal," he told BBC Radio Humberside.
"It will be a very proud day for me."
The former Bridlington Town and Hall Road Rangers boss has been at Grange Lane since October 2011 and guided the club to promotion to Conference North in May 2013.
Heath believes his side's hopes of upsetting Conference side Wrexham, who beat Grimsby to win the Trophy in 2013, rest on them maintaining their composure.
"If we play the match then I think we have a chance but we can not get embroiled in the occasion," he said.
"We have to be very professional about it and play the game as we want to. I hope we don't get players that get caught in the headlights and that is a real possibility.
"We never have overnight stays, regardless of where we are playing, but we are there to do a job."