Striker Darryl Duffy is expecting a tough afternoon when Cheltenham travel to Luton in the second round of the FA Cup.
Duffy, who netted the winner in the Robins' 1-0 win at League One outfit Tranmere in round one, is well aware of the threat posed by the non-league Hatters.
He has urged his team-mates to repeat the battling display that saw them knock out Tranmere as they try to avoid becoming the victims of an upset at Kenilworth Road.
"It's going to be a very difficult tie for us," he told Press Association Sport. "Any game away from home in the second round of the FA Cup is going to be difficult, but they've already knocked out Northampton from a division above.
"We're not going to treat it lightly and we've got to show the same kind of attitude and determination that we did when we went to Tranmere.
"At that point, Tranmere were flying high and they had only conceded three or four goals at home in League One all season. But we went there and were a little disappointed we didn't get more than one. We need to be like that against Luton."