Charlie Raglan is hoping to follow up a clean sheet and an excellent away performance last week at Mansfield Town with another positive result on Saturday when Cambridge United visit the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
The right sided defender was a part of the Robins backline that helped claim a 3-0 win at the One Call Stadium last time out.
It was a result that moved Cheltenham up to 4th in League Two. A Cambridge side now visit who themselves are looking to force their way into the play-offs and who also enjoyed a noteable victory last Saturday against Plymouth Argyle.
"They are a team that everytime we check the results you notice that Cambridge have recently definitely been picking up good results, eye catching results like last week. Beating Plymouth is no mean feat," Raglan said when looking ahead to Saturday's contest.
"I know a few of those players having played with a couple of them. I know individuals and like a lot of teams that were struggling last year they're certainly one that's improved considerably.
"I think keeping the same manager which they've done, which we have, that helps because you identify the problems and you build on that if you are trusted to do that. We're bearing the fruits of that now and hopefully that can carry on."
Watch more from Raglan's thoughts before the game above on iFollow.
Tickets are available to buy for Saturday's match on Friday from the ticket office up to 3pm. They are also on sale online at any time, as well as from the turnstiles on matchday.
Fans are reminded that CCP will be in the car park before the match collecting food donations as part of their Hamper Scamper to help support those who need help at this time of year. Luke Varney will be joining them to collect donations from supporters.