ANDY RITCHIE returns to management with Town tomorrow knowing Scunthorpe will clinch promotion with a victory but insisting: "I want to win just as badly."
The 46-year-old former Oldham and Barnsley boss, whose Galpharm appointment was confirmed on Wednesday, has big injury problems ahead of the League I clash at Glanford Park (3.00).
Flair players Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Danny Schofield are ruled out for 16th-placed Town, along with right-backs Andy Holdsworth and Aaron Hardy and versatile Matty Young.
However Ritchie, who took his first training session yesterday and has prepared the team with the help of Gerry Murphy, John Dungworth and Martyn Booty, insisted: "We want to win all our remaining four matches.
"Scunthorpe are leaders for a reason. They have had a good season and all credit to (manager) Nigel Adkins for keeping things moving after taking over from Brian Laws halfway through.
"But my team have under-achieved, and we want to put down a marker ahead of next season. Wins breed confidence, and that's what we're after."
The game is all-ticket and sure to attract a bumper crowd, but Ritchie said: "The pressure will be on them and we can use that to our advantage.
"Their supporters will be wanting to party, but we can make them wait. As far as I'm concerned, tomorrow is all about us."