Tom Bayliss previewed our trip to face Peterborough United tonight.
On the back of scoring against his boyhood club, Derby County, at the weekend, Tom said his side are looking to go one better than Saturday's draw and pick up all three points at the Weston Homes Stadium.
While this will be our first league meeting with Posh this season, we met in the FA Cup in November - with goals from Tom, Matt Pennington and Luke Leahy securing progression to the third round of the competition.
Tom, who has scored seven times so far this season, discussed all of the above as well as our good away record which has seen us pick up 11 points from the last 18 available on the road.
ON THE GAME:
"It's obviously going to be a tough game. It's going to be another team that is in and around us. We are going to be going there to win.
"I think we showed against Derby that we can compete with these teams that are in and around us and we will be going there to get three points."
ON OUR FA CUP FIXTURE AGAINST POSH IN NOVEMBER:
"It is always nice to know you have beaten the team that you are coming up against but we take nothing for granted.
"Obviously, it's away from home and we are going to their place. It will be tough to get something but we will be going there to get three points and back up the last two results we have had."
ON TOWN'S GOOD AWAY RECORD:
"You can't (take anything for granted) in this league, especially if you want to be up and around it (the play-offs).
"I think you have got to believe you can beat anyone you come up against and that's what we have. We are a very together and strong group and believe we can beat anyone on our day."
ON COMPETING IN THE TOP HALF OF THE TABLE:
"We want to be in that top half of the table, we don't want to be in the bottom half.
"We have got a good squad and that's shown in our league position and we work hard every day, I think it's showing on the pitch. We have been down in games before and we have come back and picked up points so that's a really good thing and like is said, we fear no one in this league."
ON THE TEAM SPIRIT:
"We are a tight-knit group and we all get along. It's a rare thing to have in football nowadays and we are lucky that we have that and it shows on the pitch that we will run, tackle and head for each other which is a big bonus."
ON HIS GOAL TALLY AND TARGETS FOR THE SEASON:
"There are 12 games left so double digits would be nice.
"But I never put pressure on myself. I get as much pride from an assist as from scoring a goal, so look, if I can get further along in double digits in combined goals and assists then that would be perfect but as long as we're winning I'm not to bothered."