Jake Sheridan: Luton should be worried about Lincoln City
Lincoln City midfielder Jake Sheridan insists Saturday's opponents Luton will be just as worried about Lincoln as the Imps are of them.
The Hatters have yet to lose on home soil and have only conceded four goals this season, but that is of no concern to former Notts County man Sheridan.
"You know what to expect when you go to Luton," said Sheridan.
"They are a big team who have been in this league for a few years now. They are always expected to be in or around the play-offs. There will be a lot of fans there and they will be under pressure to win.
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"But we don’t need to change much. We will go there confident and I think they will be just as worried about us as we are of them.
"But people should be wary of Lincoln. We are a big team in this division, we are a former league club and it’s one of the teams that other clubs will look forward to playing.
While Luton remain unbeaten at home they have yet to reach the heights expected of John Still's team.
However, the trip to Kenilworth Road is expected to be one of the biggest tests of the season and should see Gary Simpson's side playing in front of the biggest crowd of the campaign so far.
"As a player you would probably focus on the fact it’s a brilliant ground to play at and it’s a chance to play in front of six or seven thousand people," Sheridan added.
"I think that can only inspire you to do better.
We will be confident and we will go there and try and win. I love it (big crowd), it just gives you a little bit more of a lift. If you are feeling tired it can give you that extra five or ten per cent.
"As a footballer, those are the games you want to play in, in front of as many supporters as possible."