Carlton Morris is hoping to emulate a former Norwich City team-mate and help Luton Town complete a remarkable rags to riches journey this weekend.

The Hatters face Coventry at Wembley on Saturday in the Championship play-off final- just one win away from becoming the first club to be relegated from the top flight, drop down to the National League and bounce back to reach the Premier League.

"I remember when Luton got promoted out of the National League. My friend Cam McGeehan got promoted with them," said Morris, who was in the Norwich City youth set-up at the time.

"I remember vividly him in the orange kit celebrating at Kenilworth Road. To think back to then and the situation we're in now, it's incredible."

Morris is hoping to erase the memory of past play-off disappointment – he was in the Shrewsbury Town side, on loan from Norwich, beaten 2-1 by Rotherham United in the League One final in 2018.

"Unfortunately I did my ACL and we lost so it was a double whammy for me," he told BBC Three Counties Radio.

"The worst has already happened to me at Wembley so I've got nothing to fear going into the game [against Coventry]. Any experience can be turned into a positive and that has for me."

Morris, 27, joined Luton from Barnsley last summer, having lost to Swansea in the Championship play-off semi-finals with the South Yorkshire club in 2021.

That was also Luton's fate a year ago, when they were beaten by Huddersfield Town over two legs, but his goals have helped them go one better this term.

Both regular-season games against Coventry ended in draws - 2-2 at Luton last September and 1-1 in the Midlands in February.

The Pink Un: Carlton Morris is hoping to draw inspiration from Cam McGeehan. Carlton Morris is hoping to draw inspiration from Cam McGeehan. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Morris – who left Carrow Road in January 2021 after just one appearance off the bench - says scoring the winning goal at Wembley would be "perfect".

"In an ideal world that'd be what happens. But I'll take anyone scoring at this point, as long as we get the result we want," he added.

"It's hard not to think about the carrot at the end, but we've got to stay focused, stay concentrated. [On]Occasions like this you can get a bit too excited and not think rationally at the time."