FIRED-UP manager Peter Jackson is urging Town to get stuck in and delight another 13,000 Galpharm crowd tomorrow with a derby victory against Barnsley (3.00).
Buoyed by crushing wins against Hull and Port Vale, Jackson makes no changes for the visit of Paul Hart's side and has Junior Mendes and Lee Fowler (illness) fit for the bench.
While hunting a third successive clean sheet for the first time since February, attack is the focus for sixth-placed Town with hat trick hero Pawel Abbott and tricky midfielder Chris Brandon to the fore.
"If results go for us we could be up to second, but the most important thing is that we stamp authority on our game right from the start," said Jackson today.
"We have the best team spirit at this club that I've known in 25 years in football and the lads are really up for it, but it won't be easy. I've seen Barnsley and, while it hasn't quite happened for them yet, it will do.
"We have to make sure it's not against us tomorrow by denying them time and space and by getting in among them from the start.
"Barnsley will know about us from our last two games and they'll be expecting a really tough match. I don't expect us to disappoint them."
At least 12,000 are expected for Town's first Saturday home game of the season and Jackson added: "The fans will play their part again and the lads want to do well for them.
"Brandon has been excellent, Pav is on fire and all the players just need to keep their outstanding form going."