Andy Murray has aired his delight at making it through to a third Wimbledon final, but acknowledged that he will have to be at the top of his game to come out on top against Milos Raonic.
The tournament's top remaining seed made light work of Tomas Berdych, picking up a straight-sets win to pave the way for a meeting with Raonic - who had earlier ousted Roger Federer in a thriller - on Sunday afternoon.
It will be Murray's 11th major final, taking him past the previous British record of 10 set by Fred Perry, but this will be the first time that he has faced someone other than Novak Djokovic or Federer at this stage of a Grand Slam.
"It was a very tough match," Murray is quoted as saying by ESPN. "I was down a set and a break, managed to turn it around.
"[Raonic] played a really good match [against Federer], very entertaining. It will be a tough match - I'm aware I'll have to play very well to win."
Murray has beaten Raonic in six of their nine matches, including each of the last five.