Conor Bradley is relishing the challenge of facing the league leaders as Wanderers bid to slow Sheffield Wednesday’s title charge.
Wednesday have soared to the top of the League One table on the back of a club record 22-match unbeaten league run.
The Whites head to Hillsborough on Friday night seeking a first win in four games to improve their own promotion prospects inside the top six.
And Bradley believes the opportunity to upset the form book is one to embrace.
“It will maybe take a little bit of pressure off us,” said the Wanderers’ wing-back.
“We can just go into it and try and give it our best shot and as long as we stick together and keep going, we’ll come out of this tough spell and hopefully get back to winning ways.
“It’s not the end of the world, the spell, we’ve been on, but we just want to put it right as quickly as possible and hopefully we can do that on Friday night.
“Hopefully we can go there and break that record. We know it’s going to be a tough game.
“Twenty-something games is pretty mad but we’ll go there with no fear, full of belief and hopefully we can do it.
“We just need to trust each other, be confident with each other and try and get back to the performances we know we can produce. We can’t wait for the challenge.”
The trip to Wednesday will be Wanderers’ last league game before the Papa Johns Trophy final against Plymouth on 2 April.
Some of those chasing play-off places will play in the meantime as they look to close the gap on the Whites.
But Bradley – who continues to be a key man for the Whites – insists there will be no distractions from elsewhere during the run-in.
“We need to try and focus on ourselves as much as possible,” added the on-loan Liverpool youngster, who will report for international duty with Northern Ireland before the trip to Wembley.
“Hopefully the other results will take care of themselves.
“We just need to focus on ourselves, make sure we win as many games as we can and hopefully that should be enough.”
Watch Conor's full pre-match interview in the video above