KACPER Woryna admitted he had been “really scared” of the King’s Lynn track before racing there in August.

But the Polish star says he “got over” his concerns and is ready to tackle the circuit in the second leg of tomorrow’s SGB Premiership play-off final.

Woryna told the Daily Echo: “Last time I went to King’s Lynn it was really deep and I was really scared of the track before going on it. But I managed to get over that.

“I have won a race there and felt good. It is a starters’ track. When you make starts, it’s easy.

“I’m going to make sure I do that on Wednesday. We all know it’s going to be pretty deep but I will keep my mindset up and feel confident.”

Poole lead 53-37 heading into the clash and Woryna added: “Any advantage is good in the final.

“You never know how it is going to go. I will keep my fingers crossed and I am going to give 110 per cent to make sure that lead is enough. I’m sure all the boys will do the same.

“It would be a dream come true to lift the trophy. It would be a massive reward for the season.”