DIMITRI van den Bergh blasted “I’m not finished yet” after roaring into his debut Betfred World Matchplay final in a thriller.
The Belgian barnstormer pipped Glen Durrant in an absolute corker semi-final 17-15 at the Marshall Arena.
Now The Dreammaker will take on Gary Anderson in the final on Sunday in a fascinating clash of youth and experience.
He admitted: “Now it sounds incredible. When I hit that double to win it I still had nerves. I tell myself fight, fight, fight, believe. You need to have the win inside of your eyes.
“I know I had to play one of the guys I know very well and I’ve always been a huge fan of him Glen Durrant.
“I think I don’t realise it yet, then again as soon as I managed to win my quarter-final against Adrian Lewis I told myself I am in it to win it.
“I need to keep my focus on winning it. I know I won that one and I’m proud. But I want to win it now. Right now that’s in my mind.
“I know I didn’t start off strong and deep down I knew that’s what I had to do. For some reason I don’t think Glen and I have played our strongest game.
“He kept me under pressure at some moments and I kept him under pressure. I was taking my chances and not missing my doubles a lot.
“Well all I can say is that I’m not finished yet.
I’m not going to be in that final just to participate. I’m going to be in the final to win.”
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