Sky Blues defender Jordan Willis insists him and his team will need another massive push heading into the final two games of the SkyBet League Two season.
City are currently in seventh position in the league, three points ahead of Mansfield Town, knowing that four points will ensure they make the play-offs come the 5th of May.
Willis is looking to ensure that come the final whistle tomorrow afternoon at Whaddon Road, three points will be secured.
He said “We have to take each game one at a time and tomorrow is a match where we need three points and we will go there with the same mentality.
“Everyone has to be up for it and we need to fight to make sure that we come away with the win.
“We need a massive push to get ourselves into the play-offs and if we get into there then we then need another push when we are there.
“The support we’ve had this year has been brilliant and especially away it has been fantastic and to get a win at Cheltenham tomorrow in front of them again would be amazing and to give them a bit of success to cheer about.”
The Sky Blues defence will come up against a striker who has been in fine form throughout the campaign, with Mo Eisa having scored 24 goals in all competitions this season.
However, Jordan is confident that him and his team mates will have enough to stop the striker.
“Out there on the training pitch we go through their team and shape and how to counteract that.
“I remember from playing against him (Mo Eisa) at home earlier this season and he’s a good player, but I think we will have enough at the back to deal with that.”