Watford will face Liverpool in the semi-final of the FA Youth Cup, after the Reds beat Bury 5-1 last night.

The Hornets progressed to the last four of the competition when they beat Leicester City 2-1 after extra time on the same night the senior team lost 5-0 to Liverpool at Anfield.

On that evening Ryan Cassidy grabbed both goals for Watford and he will now get a chance to fulfill a childhood dream of scoring in front of the Kop.

Speaking to the club website, he said: "I support Liverpool so I’d love to get them.

"Imagine scoring in front of the Kop for Watford? It would just be a dream, something I’ve always wanted since I was younger.

"I’d love to share that with my dad. He’s my biggest supporter and has always been there for me.”

Cassidy believes the Hornets can beat anyone one their day, especially if he takes the experience he has developed while playing for the U23s this season.

The striker has scored 22 goals so far during the current campaign and wants to keep improving.

He said: "Hopefully I can keep going. I just feel I can score against anyone. Under-23 football has benefitted me massively. Then when I come back down to my own age, all the defenders are smaller and not as strong as me. I can just hold the ball better and pull away from defenders.

"Most teams write us off because we are Category Two and we are Watford, but we can beat anyone.

"We don't mind who we get. Wherever we go, we can beat them."

The match is currently scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 23.