He told the site, "League form goes out of the window. We will be the underdogs and I am sure that they will be feeling the pressure at home because they won't want to concede a fourth round place to a Conference side.
"We will be confident and will have belief in ourselves. We have gone about things the long way during this FA Cup run but it has given us a great experience and a desire to remain in the competition after Saturday."
The former Wimbledon hit-man, who returned from injury to feature as a second half substitute against Stevenage Borough on Monday continued, "This is an historical occasion on Saturday. It is the first time the club has been in the third round and the stage is set for everybody and I really want to give the fans something to cheer about up at Bloomfield Road".
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