Swindon striker Barry Corr admits he would love to put one over former side Leeds at Elland Road on Saturday.
Swindon striker Barry Corr admits he would love to put one over former club Leeds on Saturday.
Victory for the Robins at Elland Road would bring them level on points with Dennis Wise's men.
And Corr, who was once a part of United's academy, acknowledges Town will have their work cut out against a side who have claimed 19 points out of a possible 21 at home.
"I had a good time there, it will be good to go back - hopefully to get a win. They are flying but hopefully we can go along and upset their party," he told the club's official website.
"It's a level playing field. 11 versus 11 so we'll be doing our best to get a win. No team is unbeatable. We will be going there to get a result.
"It will be a great test for us against a side who are probably the best in the league. It will be a good test and we'll see how we get on."