Dagenham defender Mark Arber believes he can keep Rotherham striker Adam Le Fondre quiet in the League Two play-off final.
The Daggers take on the Millers at Wembley on Sunday as both sides look to earn promotion to the third tier.
Le Fondre has scored 30 goals for Rotherham so far this season but Arber believes he and his team-mates can tame the in-form frontman.
He told the Epping Forest Guardian: "If I do my job properly, hopefully he won't get a sniff.
"I've had a good season and have experienced some good centre-forwards. He's scored 30 goals for a reason.
"He's a handful, but we have players in our side who can cause three-fold problems up front.
"I have to play my best. We have a good back four and a good keeper.
"We'll deal with him, they'll try and deal with us and hopefully we'll be better on the day."