New Delhi: Opener Jason Roy, the hero of England's semifinal win against New Zealand, says the team is improving with every game and they are excited to play the ICC World T20 final at the iconic Eden Gardens on Sunday.
Roy fired England to a seven-wicket win over New Zealand with a whirlwind 78 off 44 balls here last night, his maiden fifty in the format.
He said it is great to be in the final, especially after the loss to the West Indies in the first game.
"It sounds pretty cool (being finalists). After the first game it seemed pretty far away. After that, the amount of effort we put in has paid off," said Roy.
Asked to rate his match-winning effort, Roy said: "Yeah, that's right up there. It is pretty special for me. To get this group to the final, obviously the bowlers played their part as well. Their skill set was amazing in the death overs.
"Today was good as it gets in a T20 game. There are obviously few things we need to work on but credit to the boys for dragging it back. The momentum we carried from the end of their innings to our innings was outstanding," said the attacking batsman.
The 25-year-old hopes the team gains more supporters post the effort last night as not many gave them a chance of doing well in the biennial event.
"With that sort of side, we had lot of negative feedback from a few people. To be in a World Cup final now, hopefully we will get few more people on our side."
He can't wait to turn up at the Eden Gardens and play in front of a huge crowd, not 100 thousand anymore now but it can still be overwhelming with the screams of around 67,000 people.
"We are getting better with every game but we take the final as just another game of cricket. It just happens to at the Eden Gardens in front of hundred thousand people. It is going to be an incredible experience but we go out and play our natural game.
"All the boys today were extremely chilled out before the semifinal. We know we will have bad days and good days. It has gone our way in the last few games and we are hugely excited. It is mind blowing," reckoned Roy.