Bolton Wanderers defender Paul Robinson is not "bothered" by Manchester City's wealth and is confident that they can garner maximum points against them this weekend.
The Trotters host City at the Reebok Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday, with both sides having registered victories in their respective opening games of the season.
While Bolton defeated Queens Park Rangers 4-0 at Loftus Road, Roberto Mancini's side hammered Swansea City 4-0 at home, with debutant Sergio Aguero scoring twice.
Robinson, though, remains unfazed about City's sensational start to the campaign and told the Daily Mirror: "Four goals away from home at QPR wasn't a bad start, was it?
"We're not bothered by how much City have spent. That just inspires you to go out and show what you've got."
Robinson is also confident that Tuncay Sanli, signed on loan from German club Wolfsburg this summer, will play an important role in Bolton's season especially as he has experience in English football with Middlesbrough and Stoke City.
"Tuncay is well worth the hype," enthused the 32-year-old. "If you've seen him in the Premier League, you will know what an exciting player he is.
"He'll give us an extra dimension."