Striker Darryl Duffy has dismissed Cheltenham's tag as 'favourites' for their FA Cup second-round tie at non-league Luton.
Duffy, who netted the winner in the 1-0 victory at Tranmere in round one, claims the Hatters present just as much of a threat as any other team the Whaddon Road outfit will face this year.
And he has insisted the Cheltenham squad will be fully focused at Kenilworth Road this weekend.
"That's a bookies thing - favourites and non-favourites," he said. "We will still do the same things as a club. We prepare the way we would for any other game and then we'll go out and do the job we need to do so we can get into the next round.
"It's not about the opposition we're facing, it's down to us."