SAMMIE Szmodics is dreaming of another “phenomenal” moment in front of the travelling masses at Cambridge United.

The Colchester United midfielder has fond memories of his goal at the Abbey Stadium in March 2017.

He stepped off the bench and grabbed a late equaliser, cancelling out an early opener from the hosts’ Gerry McDonagh.

It sparked mass celebrations among the away supporters gathered behind that goal and Szmodics is hoping for more of the same in tomorrow’s crunch League Two derby.

“I’ve got good memories of playing at Cambridge,” said the 23-year-old.

“I scored there a couple of years ago and it was phenomenal.

“It was my first game back after an ankle injury and I came on as a sub.

“We’d just had a goal disallowed but then I managed to score with an effort that went in off my shoulder.

“When you score in front of all those travelling fans it’s fantastic.

“Tomorrow's match is a massive one and must-win, from our point of view.

“We’re chomping at the bit to get going.

“Everyone has a bad patch in form and unfortunately ours has come at the wrong time.

“But despite recent results not going our way, we’ll go there with confidence.

“We feel we’ve played well.

“Obviously it’s frustrating because we’re leaking bad goals and not scoring ourselves, but overall we’re performing well.

“When everything clicks, we’ll start scoring again.

“Everyone’s confident about that and there would be no better place to go and win than Cambridge.

“What a great time it would be to kick on and have a real purple patch – a winning streak that we haven’t had yet this season.”