Miller: Lincoln can be kings of the road
Tom Miller is confident Lincoln City can plunder the points from the backyards of their fellow play-off contenders.
The Imps battered Barnet into submission last weekend at the Hive to earn a point on the road.
Their next away trips will pit them against Skrill Premier high-flyers Nuneaton and Kidderminster in the coming weeks.
On Saturday, City take on the tough journey to the league's big-hitters Luton Town at Kenilworth Road.
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However, Miller, who netted the winning goal in City's 1-0 victory at home to Southport on Tuesday, believes Lincoln are capable of causing an upset on their travels.
"The way things are going we are confident to go anywhere," said Miller.
"We had a good result at Barnet at the weekend, we could have come away with more and they are one of the better teams.
"We feel we can go to Luton and get a result, but it will not be easy.
"They won 3-0 on Tuesday night, but we are confident. We are going to places to try to win and if we don't get that then we will come away disappointed."
City endured a disastrous match against John Still's Hatters last season as they were beaten 3-0.
Miller played left-back in the match, but he is not expecting a repeat this time around.
"Last season's match there was one I would like to forget," said Miller (pictured).
"However, we don't look like we did last year at all. There is no comparison in our personnel.
"I think people are already looking at us to be competitors and I don't see why not.
"We've got the players to be up there. We don't want to get carried away, but I think that the gaffer has brought in players who can do a job.
"We are going to Luton confident. I'm confident and the boys know that if they perform well then we can get a good result. We can beat Luton."