Highworth Town boss Ross Adams says his side have “nothing to lose” when they host local rivals Swindon Supermarine in the FA Trophy on Saturday.
Former Swindon Supermarine man Adams is looking forward to the game against his old team, who now play a division above The Worthians in Southern Premier South.
And Adams claimed all the pressure is on Supermarine and encouraged his players to “just go out and enjoy the game”.
“It is obviously a game that we are looking forward to,” said Adams.
“We want to make it as difficult as possible to come here and get points.
“Been an aim from the start of the season to be solid at home.
“They start as favourites and rightly so, we are under no illusions it is going to be a difficult task but one that we are looking forward to.
“From our point of view we have nothing to lose. There is no pressure on us, we are under no expectations to win, so can just go and enjoy the game.”
Highworth will be without goalkeeper Conor Johns who remains injured and Luke Kuczynski is set to fill in between the posts following his man-of-the-match performance against Winchester on Saturday.
Rob Dean also misses the game through suspension as does Supermarine’s Matt Liddiard.
Tickets are still available for the match with the last opportunity to purchase tickets on Friday evening at Highworth Town FC from 7pm-9.30pm.
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Interview by Nick Taylor and filmed by George Stratford