Striker Shaun Harrad has backed Northampton to register a victory by beating Rotherham on Good Friday.
Harrad scored a penalty in a much-improved performance at Wycombe on Saturday where a 2-2 draw left Gary Johnson's side without a win in 16 games and perilously close to the relegation zone.
But Harrad is confident of ending that slump on Friday and giving the former Bristol City boss his first win.
He said: "I honestly believe we can beat anybody in this league. We were 5/1 to get a win on Saturday but we were fired up and ready to go.
"There's a good togetherness in the squad, we're communicating with each other well, and I think that showed in our performance on Saturday."