BLACKBURN Rovers chief executive John Williams today urged fans to get to Ewood on Sunday to show their support for Simon Garner -- and Graeme Souness's UEFA Cup-bound heroes.

Garner is set to be honoured with a special Testimonial game between the title-winning team of 1995 and last season's Worthington Cup winners.

But Williams also believes the occasion will provide fans with the perfect opportunity to show their appreciation to this season's squad after they clinched a top-six finish at Spurs last weekend.

Rovers did stage a special lap of honour after their final home game two weeks ago but those celebrations were muted after the club looked to have blown their European hopes following a disappointing draw with West Brom.

However, now that a UEFA Cup place has been secured, the club are in a position to celebrate the achievement properly.

And Williams believes that will help to make a memorable occasion even more special.

"Obviously, this is mainly a chance for fans to support Simon Garner because 'There's only one Simon Garner,'" said Williams.

"But it's also opportunity to celebrate what has been a terrific season for the whole club.

"There was a bit of a hollow feeling for the lap of honour because everyone was disappointed by the performance against West Brom.

"But looking back, it's been a magnificent season. We haven't been beaten at home in the Premier League since late November and to secure a top six place was the icing on the cake.

"So perhaps some of those people can come back on Sunday and give both teams another send off."

A host of Rovers heroes past and present are set to turn out in honour of Garner, including former boss Kenny Dalglish.

Tickets for the game will be available right up to kick-off with prices ranging from £12 for adults to £6 for juniors.

"If we can get a good crowd down then that will be a measure of the esteem in which Simon is held by all Rovers fans," added Williams.

"We'll be at near full strength for what promises to be a great occasion so I think it will be well worth the admission money for those who've not yet bought a ticket and are thinking about it."