Martin Allen is keeping things simple as he prepares to take his Barnet side to relegation battlers Alfreton.
The Bees lead Bristol Rovers by a single point at the top of the Conference and the two sides have been trading blows week after week.
But Allen, who is in his fourth spell at the club, is not taking anything for granted.
He said: “I treat it the same. We do the same things. Training won't change. Alfreton hadn't conceded a goal for 400 minutes.
“They're strong defensively. It's a tough place to go. It's another challenge that we face.”
The Barnet boss is confident going into the game provided his side perform to their capabilities.
He added: “I don't think about them. We haven't looked at the opposition at all. All we've worked on is our team and our players.
“We train for us. I very rarely talk about the opposition. If these players play to their best then we'll have enough.”
Charlie MacDonald could return to the squad for the meeting after six weeks out with a thigh problem.