Town boss John Still expects a tough challenge against ‘underrated’ Plymouth Argyle in front of the Sky Sports cameras at Kenilworth Road on Saturday.
Argyle have enjoyed a strong start to the season and have picked up seven points in their last four games.
Last time out the Pilgrims impressively overcame Southend 2-0 and Still is under no illusions that his side will be in for an easy afternoon.
He said: “They have some decent players and people underestimate Plymouth, they are a big club.
“They are capable of good support and are a decent side.”
Among Plymouth’s charges is striker Marvin Morgan, who played under Still on loan at Dagenham & Redbridge in 2011.
Still said: “I know Marvin very well.
“He will run, chase, work hard and be a nuisance.
“He’ll be effective in the right areas and uneffective in some areas but he’ll play with lots of enthusiasm.
“Marvin is a good lad, to be fair he never did particularly well for me but he has done well now.
“They also have Jason Banton who was at Crystal Palace, he grew up there, and he has come in and done well.”
Despite the challenge ahead the Town boss remained confident of improvement on Saturday.
Still said: “I never worry about it, if we are right then I know how tough we are to play against.”