ALBERT Adomah has reminded Middlesbrough fans that promotion to the Premier League is not guaranteed.
Boro’s 5-1 aggregate victory against Brentford in the Championship play-off semi-final has booked their involvement in the final on Bank Holiday Monday against either Ipswich Town or Norwich City.
The Teessiders will be backed by 38,000 fans at Wembley who began queuing for tickets at the Riverside this morning.
Adomah was excellent in the two legs against the Bees, scoring the third last night, but warned that the celebrations now have to be withheld.
“You can tell by the support that it’s a great atmosphere,” the Ghanaian winger told Sky Sports.
“It (the 3-0 win) was down to everyone on the pitch – all the subs, defence and attack.
“The job is not done and the job is to go to Wembley and perform and win against Ipswich or Norwich.
“I don’t mind (who the opponents are) because I haven’t played at Wembley before so it’s a great occasion and everyone is looking forward to it.”
Already attention has turned to the game that is being billed as the club’s biggest ever as they seek to return to the Premier League after six years in the Championship.