London: Hull midfielder David Meyler says that his side will draw motivation from reports that their opponents are already planning their victory parade.
Signs in North London advising motorists of the possibility of an open-top bus parade the day after the final have been eagerly shared on social media websites and Meyler says it will only make Hull more determined.
"Nobody expects us to win it and obviously they (Arsenal) haven't won a trophy in nine years and they've got their posters up in London about their parade next week, and credit to them," he said.
"We'd rather be the underdog. People are delighted when the underdog wins. I don't think many people want Arsenal to win."
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