Suffolk's Peter Wright has taken another step towards a possible second successive final at the PDC World Darts Championships.
The colourful 44-year-old from Mendham eased through his second round match against Ronny Huybrechts yesterday, winning by 4 sets to 1.
Wright admitted that he was stunned by the support he received at the Alexandra Palace.
Suffolk darts star Peter Wright says that he is targeting the World number one spot in the PDC rankings following his stunning run to the final of the World Championships.
Wright narrowly missed out to Dutchman Michael van Gerwen at Alexandra Palace, but the 43-year-old believes that he has the ability to one day reach the top.
Peter 'Snakebite' Wright is one of sport's most colourful characters.
He's known for his rainbow look - and the snakes on his head which were created by his hairdresser wide Jo.
They're both just back from the World Darts Championship, where Peter, from Mendham in Suffolk, narrowly lost out in the final to Dutchman Michael Van Gerwen.
And they headed straight to the ITV News Anglia studio to have a chat with Jonathan and Becky.
Fresh from his fantastic showing in the PDC World Darts Championship, Peter 'Snakebite' Wright will be on the ITV News Anglia sofa tonight.
You can hear his thoughts on his incredible run to the final on the programme tonight from 18:00.
Peter "Snakebite" Wright last night missed out in the final of the Ladbroke's World Darts Championship.
The 43-year-old fought back bravely against Michael van Gerwen after the Dutchman sailed to an early 4-0 lead, but it proved to be too little, too late in the end.
Wright - who lives at Mendham near Harleston - is famous for his colourful hairstyles which are done by his wife Jo.
van Gerwen sealed a 7-4 victory to lift the trophy for the first time in his career at the Alexandra Palace in London.
Suffolk darts star Peter Wright has made it through to Wednesday's PDC World Championship final after a stunning 6-2 victory over Simon Whitlock.
The 43-year-old has never previously gone beyond the third round stage of the competition, but he will now take centre stage at the Alexandra Palace on New Year's Day.
Wright was simply too good for world number four Whitlock, averaging 100.24 and showing no sign of nerves.
However, Wright will have to be at his very best to beat the formidable Michael van Gerwen who cruised into the final with a fantastic 6-0 triumph against Adrian Lewis.
Suffolk Darts star Peter Wright will bid for a place in the Ladbrokes World Championship final tonight when he takes on Simon Whitlock.
The 43-year-old was considered as an outsider before the tournament, but impressive victories over the likes of Michael Smith and Wes Newton have seen him progress to the last four.
Wright will now have to overcome Australian Whitlock to reach Wednesday's final.
Michael van Gerwen and two-time champion Adrian Lewis will contest the other semi-final.