Northampton Town head to in-form Leyton Orient on Saturday and manager Jon Brady is expecting the toughest possible test.
“Richie Wellens has given the team there a real lift. They have won six out of eight and he has injected some real energy and life into the side," he said.
“They’ve got good players, we thought at the start of the season Orient would be in and around it and we certainly won’t be underestimating them in any way.
“We know it’s going to be a real tough challenge with the form they are in but we believe if we are at our best we can come out on top."
The Cobblers will take a sell out 1,200 supporters to East London on Saturday, with many more looking for tickets, and Brady is not surprised at the level of support his team receive.
“Having been at the football club for six or seven years now I’m not surprised at the following we have away from home," he said.
"It’s great to have the fans right behind us, there is a really united feeling of togetherness between the club and the supporters but we have to focus on what’s on the pitch.
“We want to give our supporters a huge lift on Saturday and the only way we can do that is by our effort and energy to try and win the game.”