Exeter City manager Matt Taylor is looking for his team to attack from the off on Saturday as they face Burton Albion at St James Park.
Taylor will be looking for the team to respond to Tuesday night's late defeat at Shrewsbury Town as they take on Burton who currently sit bottom of the League table.
"We have to make St James Park a fortress, said Taylor ahead of the match. "We've started well this season and the fans play a huge part in that.
"Once the whistle blows I want it to be a ruthless and relentless atmosphere."
Matt expects a tough encounter against as side that's position doesn't reflect where they should be in the league.
"Their league position is a bit false based on the stats and games we have seen and they've also been a bit unlucky so far.
"They've got established League One players, having been in the league and above it for a number of seasons. They played fantastically well on Tuesday against the League leaders and were unlucky not to get anything from that so we hope their luck doesn't change this weekend. We have to make sure that we play the way we want to play.
"It's a difficult one to prepare for as the manager has only had one training session and one game for us to study and look at.
You can watch the rest of Matt's pre-Burton Albion interview which also includes an injury update ⬇️