SOMEONE will write their name into the Wanderers history books this afternoon – and Medo Kamara is poised with the pen.

Things could not have gone much better for the Sierra Leone international since he walked through the doors at the Reebok, triggering an incredible climb up the table since the start of February.

Medo’s no-nonsense style has proved a hit with the fans, he scored his first goal for the club at Charlton, and he has now nailed down a regular starting place since Jay Spearing dropped out of contention through injury.

But the midfielder has his eyes on an even bigger prize as Wanderers head into a win-or-bust game against Blackpool today.

“Someone can be a hero – I hope it will be me,” he said ahead of today’s Reebok clash, where victory would almost certainly put the Whites into the play-offs.

“It doesn’t matter who it is really, because I just hope we can focus on our game, do what we have been taught, and then hopefully it is enough.

“Getting into the Premier League, for the players and for the supporters, would be such a massive thing. But first we have to get a job done against Blackpool.

“I have played in the Champions League and in Europe but all I have wished for is to play in the Premier League. It is the best league anywhere in the world, so to get there would be a big thing in my career.”

Medo is not expecting an easy ride against Blackpool, who despite having little to play for would still love to deny their local rivals the chance of hitting a £120million jackpot in the Premier League.

“They are a local side, this is a derby, so there is no way they are going to take this easy,” Medo predicted.

“We saw it at Cardiff. They maybe had nothing to play for but it turned out to be a very hard game for us.

“We need to look after ourselves. If we prepare and play like we did last week, then we can get the result we want.”

Although Wanderers were eventually denied all three points last weekend in Wales by Craig Noone’s second-half free-kick, Medo reckons the resilience shown on the day proved something to the rest of the play-off contenders.

“Last week we showed that we can match the champions of the division.

“We deserved our point but you have to say that they played a good game as well,” he said.

“We deserve to be where we are in the table.

“We now have to prove that we deserve to be in the play-offs by beating Blackpool.

“Where we are is no surprise to me. We have been getting results, and playing well at home. But this is the time we have to show what we are about.”

Having arrived from FK Partizan at the end of January promising to “get angry” in the Wanderers midfield, the tough-tackling Medo has pledged not to alter his approach.

“I have enjoyed every moment out there on the pitch,” he said.

“Since I came to the club it has been training-playing-training, it has been really busy for me but the gaffer and the players have been very good.

“I’m still angry.

“I think you can be angry out there on the pitch but I can’t be angry with the way we are playing. That is making me smile at the moment.”