SAINTS loanee Harrison Reed admits "I can't wait for the feel of the matchday" as he prepares to step out at Wembley for the first time tomorrow.

Academy graduate Reed is currently enjoying a season-long loan at Fulham, who face west London rivals Brentford in the Championship play-off final (7.45pm), a game to be played behind closed doors.

Reed, who made his Saints first-team debut in August 2013, has been a regular under Scott Parker this term, featuring 27 times.

And the 25-year-old is set to line-up again against the Bees, looking to help Fulham back into the top flight at the first time of asking following their relegation from the Premier League last season.

"We just can't wait to get going," Reed told Fulham's club website.

"There's a really good vibe around the place and we just can't wait to go and get the job done.

"We've been working for 12 or 14 months now towards this point. Obviously we wanted the automatic (promotion) places but our journey has taken us to the play-off final. The boys are buzzing to get going and we're looking forward to it."

Asked if he had played at Wembley before, Reed added: "No, never. This will be my first trip. I'm looking forward to it, buzzing.

"I've seen the League One and League Two play-off finals and have had friends playing in those games and they've said that it's amazing despite the fans not being there.

"I'm just looking forward to getting out there and putting in a performance.

"Obviously I've never experienced it but I've spoken to people about it and it's going to be amazing to experience that and I can't wait for the feel of the matchday."

Discussing the prospect of ending the prolonged season on a high, Reed, who has also spent time on loan at Norwich and Blackburn, said: "It would be amazing. It's been hard work.

"It's been ups and downs with injuries and performances but ultimately we're here and we've worked so hard to get to the final and we really want to go and enjoy the day and earn promotion to the Premier League."