PAUL Sackey wants to repay the Wasps fans that have cheered his name by scoring the winning try against Cardiff Blues tomorrow.

The England winger leaves for Toulon in the summer after six years in Wycombe and tomorrow’s match at Adams Park will be his home send off.

He said: “It will be very emotional. Since I made the decision to cross over every game for me has been emotional.

“Going to Worcester, I knew it was the last time I’ll be going there and every game has been like that.

“But this is foremost because it’s my home ground and I’d love to sign off in a nice way by getting a win and a try.”

Sackey has been a crowd favourite since moving to Wasps from London Irish and the supporters will show their appreciation by taking him out for a curry in a few weeks.

He said: “The fans have been really good to me and I appreciate everything they’ve done.

“That’s why I take time out to speak to them and sign autographs. I’d like to give something back this weekend.”

Sackey has another reason for wanting to succeed in the Amlin Challenge Cup.

With two Guinness Premierships, a Heineken and Powergen Cup already, he has won every domestic trophy available apart from this one.

He said: “If we win this I’ll have all the club trophies, the full set.

“But it’s going to be good test for us. Cardiff will come up here with a lot of confidence and they will have taken a bit more confidence from the way we played at the weekend.

“They’ve got strength all over the field and internationals in every position. They’ve got threats everywhere, but we’ve just got to play our own game and not worry about them too much.

“If we get it right there aren’t many teams who can live with us.”

A victory could see Sackey’s past and future collide in Marseille – the club he joins, Toulon, play Connacht in the other semi-final.