GRITTY Lee Fowler today looked ahead to the Cheltenham match and vowed: "We need 11 captains doing battle."
The 20-year-old Welsh playmaker made a surprise return as a substitute in the 3-1 defeat by Mansfield and is determined to help Town take their final step to the promotion finishing line.
It was his first action in almost two months and since recovering from two operations - firstly to cure an ankle niggle and then, only 20 days ago, double hernia surgery.
"It's full credit to our physio, Lee Martin, that I'm back so quickly and I'm delighted, because I hate watching," said Fowler, who last kicked a ball in the 3-1 home win against Yeovil on March 2.
"It was always in my mind that I wanted to get back before the end of the season and I was itching to play so much that I've been badgering the gaffer to put me in.
"It was a strange build-up because I had only one run and two short fitness sessions before joining in with the lads for the first time on Friday.
"It wasn't until Saturday morning that the manager pulled me in and said I was going to be on the bench and I was buzzing.
"I wanted to be involved and to take responsibility. Even though the lads have been doing superbly, especially in midfield, I wanted to do my bit for the team.
"I know my girlfriend will be relieved because I've been a nightmare to be around while I've been out - arguing about every little thing - and it feels great to be playing again."
So what of the final test at Cheltenham?
"We need 11 captains doing battle and going out there to win the game - and I'm sure we will do," he said.
"We know we are the best team in this League on our day and we have to go out and prove it by earning ourselves automatic promotion."