Blues' winger on coming up against his former side on Saturday...
Jermaine McGlashan says Blues are heading into the weekend trip to Gillingham relishing the challenge of making it three away wins on the bounce.
Blues are unbeaten in their last three, scoring eight and conceding three after victories at Oxford and Peterborough and a point at home to Northampton.
And with the two wins coming on the road, McGlashan feels there is much anticipation in the squad at the prospect of travelling to Gillingham on Saturday afternoon.
“The boys are growing in confidence and there’s a real buzz around the place every day in training,” he said.
“It’s two away wins on the bounce and that only gives us confidence going into the game on Saturday.”
The winger comes up against his former club at the MEMS Priestfield Stadium.
And he is hoping for an altogether different experience to the start of the season when Blues’ first two games ended in 3-1 defeats to the Gills.
“I’m excited to face my old side like I was at the beginning of the season,” he added.
“It didn’t go as I wanted then but there’s a few teams that maybe took points off us at the start of the season but we’ve changed that.
“It will be nice to go back there and I’m excited.
“We owe these lot one, definitely. We’ll be going there and taking no prisoners.
“I’m excited on a personal note and the boys are as well to carry on what we’re doing and that’s getting three points.
“It’s a nice position that we’re in. There’s a bit of arrogance around the place and I mean that in a good way.”
McGlashan and co will be backed on by over 1600 Blues fans with tickets on sale until 3pm on Friday. They will then need to be purchased on the day (cash only)