Heading into Saturday's home fixture with Forest Green Rovers on a run of eight unbeaten in League Two, and nine in all competitions, Conor Thomas is hoping that momentum will help Cheltenham Town to three points at the weekend.
The midfielder scored the equaliser in the two teams 2-2 draw at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium last season and will be hoping to make an impact again.
Thomas spoke at the club's visit to the LUKE 1977 store in the Brewery Quarter on Thursday ahead of this weekend's match.
"It's a big game," he said. "Last year I remember the home fixture we drew and there was a good atmosphere so hopefully this year we'll be able to go one better and get the win.
"We've got a bit of momentum at the minute. That's why I was a bit disappointed that our game got called off last weekend.
"We're looking forward to it. We know it's a big game for the fans and we'll be doing everything we can to get the three points."
Watch Thomas' full interview by watching above on iFollow.
Supporters can visit the ticket office until 3pm today at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium to purchase tickets for the match.
There is limited seating available in blocks 2, 6 and 7 of the Colin Farmer Stand.
Fans are being encouraged to arrive early for Saturday's fixture due to the size of the crowd. Fans collecting tickets are urged to leave good time to do this before kick-off.
The Robins Nest will be open from 8am showing the Rugby World Cup final between England and South Africa. Fans can enjoy a cooked breakfast and the bar will be open.
Season ticket holders are also advised that they have till 3pm today to guarantee their seat for the upcoming FA Cup fixture with Swindon Town on 9 November. Contact the ticket office to confirm your seat.