Chelsea number two goalkeeper Willy Caballero, has featured in every round of the FA Cup so far, and is hoping he would continue in goal this weekend against Manchester United in the FA Cup final.
Caballero is hoping Antonio Conte sticks with him for the FA Cup final against Manchester United at Wembley.
The 36-year-old has made 13 appearances in all competitions for the Blues and has been spectacular in the FA Cup as his penalty heroics against Norwich helped the Blues advance to this stage of the competition.
The Argentine hopes Conte will keep faith in him for the final.
“Yes, of course, it’s the final, everyone wants to play, and I won the other cup [League Cup] with Man City, so hopefully God will be with us again and I can lift the cup with Chelsea,” Caballero said.
“I have played in every game. But, for the final, we will see. I have to train very well. But we will see what the starting XI is that Antonio chooses to play in the final and they have to be ready.
“It doesn’t have to be fair – it’s the decision of the boss. And I have to respect what he chooses for this game. There is not an agreement. As I say, when I started I knew that I would start in the cups. I always train so I am ready to play, I want to play.”