SCORER Jon Worthington is confident Town can gun down Division III leaders Swansea and start their own assault on the summit.
The 20-year-old bagged his first League goal to earn last night's 1-1 draw against Rochdale at Spotland which leaves Peter Jackson's side 13th in the standings.
They now head to the Vetch Field, where Swansea beat Macclesfield 3-0 last night, buoyed by four points from the last two games and determined to chalk a first away win.
"We need to get a good run of results together and we are confident we can do it," said Worthington, whose strike wiped out an 18-second opener from Rochdale's Paul Connor.
"All the lads are playing well at the moment and we're sure we can go down to Swansea and come back with something from the game - if not a win then a draw.
"As long as everyone keeps working hard then we are confident we can climb the table and challenge at the top."
On his goal, Worthington added: "I was really pleased to get off the mark and, hopefully, I can follow up with a few more for good measure."
A total of 2,304 Town fans made the short trip to Rochdale last night and kick-off had to be put back 15 minutes to allow for motorway delays.
"The fans have been superb both home and away and it was excellent to see so many there last night," said Worthy.
"It's great having them behind you, out-shouting the home fans, and I'm sure lots will make the trip to Swansea too."
Defender Efe Sodje will only play if his appeal against a three-match ban, due to be decided tomorrow, is successful.
Andy Holdsworth (foot) remains under treatment, while Jackson was looking at other contenders in a practice match at Barnsley today.