Doncaster Rovers are out to knock League One leaders Coventry City off their perch this weekend.
And Darren Ferguson has warned the Sky Blues that they will come up against a side high on confidence.
Coventry are unbeaten at home in the league this season.
But Rovers will arrive at the Ricoh Arena in good spirits after Tuesday night’s 3-0 win over Chesterfield, their fourth win in five games.
Boss Darren Ferguson said: “I thought it was a good performance, and it was good to get another clean sheet.
“If anything it makes the result on Saturday [against Rochdale] a bit more annoying.
“If we’d picked a point up there we’d have kept the run going.
“But it’s four wins out of five now, three in four in the league, so hopefully Saturday was a blip.
“We just have to keep on going.
“It puts us in an even more positive frame of mind ahead of Coventry.
“We’re going there with a lot of confidence.
“It’ll be a tough game, they’re a good team. But at least we’re going there with that confidence of knowing we’re on a good run.”
Ferguson this week spoke of his intention of adding a different type of midfielder to his squad.
Gary MacKenzie returned to training today and Paul Keegan is expected to follow suit on Monday.