She broke her leg in her first game in the Häckenjersey before the 2022 season. But now Rosa Kafaji is back with a message and this afternoon she plays the final of Svenska Cupen.

One of Swedish football's great promises, who made his debut in the national team as a 17-year-old, has impressed during the spring with his creative way of playing and has been behind several art goals.

According to SVT's football expert Hanna Marklund, it is achievements that should be rewarded with a ticket to this summer's World Cup in Australia/New Zealand. Something Kafaji herself agrees with, although her main focus is the matches here and now.

"I feel fit. I'm not quite one hundred percent yet, but I think the World Cup is a little further ahead in July, there is a month or so left.

Have you had any contact with Gerhardsson?

"No, or I've seen him in training and at a few games and talked to him a bit, but no more than that.

Hear more from Rosa Kafaji about the World Cup in the player above.