Combative midfielder, Paul Green, is looking forward to facing another of the division’s top teams this weekend when Carlisle United roll into South Cheshire.
Green is hoping that we can get another three home points after recently beating the likes of Lincoln, Stevenage, Newport and Colchester at the Alexandra Stadium.
Green, 35, who returned from a recent ankle injury to lead us to victory over Colchester when his superb 87th minute cross was headed home by Eddie Nolan for the winning goal in a 2-1, says there is nothing to fear in this league as we enter the run-in.
Green told the club’s official website: "We have to keep this run going, it breeds confidence and it is showing.
"We had a bad time of it earlier on in the season but we’ve come through that patch and the lads have learned from it.
"In this league if you put a good run together you move up fast. The belief is there in the dressing room.
"I said at the start of the season, we are good enough to get into the play-offs without a shadow of doubt, there is nothing to fear in this league.
"We’ve played the top of the league and you can see what we’ve done to them. We just have to keep going.
"We are well drilled, we know when to go and press, our shape is good and we are hard to beat.
Paul added: "It’s testament to the gaffer, leading up to games he briefs us on the teams we are going to play, shows us their weaknesses and we take it on board. It shows we can hurt teams."