Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Rob Mills, who plays the villain, revealed that his alter ego just wants to make a difference in Erinsborough High.
"He's there to do whatever it takes. If that means going to extreme lengths then that's what he will do to leave a legacy and make an impact on the education system," Rob revealed.
The 34-year-old added that it doesn't matter who stands in his way, saying: "I think Finn wants to leave a legacy of changing the education system.
"Susan just stands in the way. He sees her as an old hat in terms of education; she's collateral damage," Rob hinted.
Dashing Finn has been manipulating school girl Xanthe, but to what end?
He has been at war with Susan for months, but will there be a casualty soon?
When people lie that much you get found out and it's not good for them and I don't think it will be good for Finn either
Neighbours fans have seen Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) take ill after doctors found severe levels of opiates in her system.
The Ramsey Street residents appear to slowly be cottoning on to the fact that this could be Finn's doing as he tries to climb the career ladder.
Right now however, fans are wondering if he will get away with it, something that Rob couldn't help but tease, saying: "He will get a victory, but it will be short-lived.
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"When people lie that much you get found out and it's not good for them and I don't think it will be good for Finn either.
"There's still hope for Finn redeeming himself," Rob wished.
The musical theatre actor also suggested that fans should feel sorry for the villain, joking: "You should absolutely feel sorry for him – he's got an aneurism in his brain that's about to burst!"
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