MANAGER Peter Jackson believes Town face a tough test to reward a big following in their first League trip for 20 years to Doncaster on Monday (3.00).
Promoted in the Conference play-off final just a few months ago, Dave Penney's side go to Lincoln today having opened with successive wins against Leyton Orient, Grimsby (Carling Cup) and Southend.
They are riding the crest of the promotion wave and Jackson knows Town must be wary of three-goal striker Leo Fortune-West and his two-goal partner Gregg Blundell.
Ex-Town striker Paul Barnes can't get into the Doncaster line-up at the moment, despite being the club's top scorer last season with a 30-year Belle Vue best of 28 goals.
"Doncaster have started well and they'll be keen to keep that going, but if we play like we know we can then we don't fear anyone," said Jackson.
"I'm delighted we are going to have another big contingent of Town fans down there and we'll be doing our level best to send them home happy with three points."
Town did that impressively on their last League trip to the South Yorkshire ground in March 1983 when, en route to promotion, they won 4-0 with goals from Brian Stanton, Mark Lillis, Dave Cowling and Colin Russell.
Town's last visit to Belle Vue was in the FA Cup in November 1994 when they won 4-1 with goals from Darren Bullock, Ronnie Jepson, Iain Dunn and Andy Booth.
Fortune-West, a free transfer signing from Cardiff, is well known to Town fans, who will also recognise ex-Halifax wingman Jamie Paterson.