STEVE Davis insists Crewe will give it everything to secure promotion at Wembley this Sunday.

A staggering 18-game unbeaten run has taken them to the brink of League One football and the boss has vowed to go for it against Cheltenham in the League Two play-offs final.

With over 10,000 Alex supporters already confirmed for the trip, Davis believes they will have a big part to play.

“They have been fantastic and this is the final hurdle,” he said.

“I hope they are there in numbers, it’s a great day for Crewe and I hope they enjoy it.

“We will be doing everything we possibly can to win this game and get promoted.

“I want them to get behind the players because we’ll need them on this day, we feel the emotion they do but we just have to show it differently.

“Inside we have that passion and we want this club to be successful.

“It would be a brilliant feeling and magnificent to win.

“We should be in League One and with this current crop we have to have a real go.

“Hopefully on the day we will be good enough.”

After beating Cheltenham twice this season, Crewe have been installed as slight favourites to go all the way.

“I think we’re the underdogs after they finished five points in front of us,” continued Davis.

“Although we beat them, both those games could have gone either way.

“It will be difficult and we are not underestimating them.

“I might have one or two tricks up my sleeve.

“Cheltenham are decent and have hit form at a key time.

“They have pace, skill in wide positions, they’re solid and experienced at the back and can mix it in midfield.”

Nick Powell could be set for his final game in an Alex shirt as speculation mounts once more on his future.

Manchester United are the latest club to be linked to the 18-year-old with a reported £4m deal in the offing.

Davis says it won’t affect preparations and whatever happens, the club has a bright future.

“We’ve had it before with untimely press in terms of clubs linked with Nick,” he explained.

“We know teams have watched him but there’s other players at this club that would be worthy of watching as well.

“It’s just speculation.

“Maybe we’ll know a little bit more next week but there’s been no solid offer from anybody.

“We have the core down and we want to keep this team together as much as we can because it has a bright future.

“I don’t think there will be an exodus.”

Luke Murphy remains the only doubt as Davis takes a squad of 20 to the capital.