NO-ONE will fancy taking on Town if they make the play-offs.
That's the view of manager Peter Jackson, who needs final-day opponents Wrexham to prevent Brentford winning at the Racecourse tomorrow night to keep hopes alive.
Jackson, whose side are ninth after Saturday's 4-0 win against nine-man Swindon, said:
"Stranger things have happened and, if we do get in the top six, no-one will fancy playing us in our current form.
"We've got a good side here and it's just a pity we didn't put a few more points on the board a bit earlier, otherwise it would have been a fantastic season.
"The main thing is, though, we are still fighting and still hoping and that's a great achievement by all the lads."