Michael Duff has made clear the size of the test that awaits his Cheltenham Town side on Saturday at Exeter City.
Having lost at home just once all season, much like Duff's own side this weekend's opponents have proven just why they are up among the top sides in the division.
Without a League Two fixture since the start of the month when Forest Green visited the Jonny-Rocks Stadium, Saturday's game will offer the squad the opportunity to get back to the basics of League football in a fifth against sixth clash.
"In their last two home games they've beaten two teams at the top of the league, so that's what we are focusing on," Duff said.
"We are focusing on a team that has been in the top five or six all season for a reason. They just missed out last year so they're a good team. It will be a tough place to go.
"We've got no divine right to be where we are at the minute. We need to work hard. Nobody expected us to be there.
"We are a small club in this league and we'll be going there and we'll have to turn up mentally, physically and tactically to go and win the game."
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