Derby day ever-present Wayne Walters is out to silence the Wealdstone boo boys on Saturday.
The Harrow Borough captain has played in all six previous league clashes against Stones and knows all about the sort of warm welcome his team can expect when they step out onto the Grosvenor Vale pitch.
Wealdstone fans are known for their vociferous vocal support and will try and make life as uncomfortable as possible for their fierce rivals, not that it bothers Walters too much.
"The Wealdstone fans certainly add a bit of spice to proceedings," he said. "They are very vocal, get behind their team and shout a lot of abuse (at the opposition), but that is just part of the game and gives you more incentive to play harder and shut people up.
"They have a bigger following than us and help make it a good atmosphere."
Walters and Harrow have not tasted a league triumph over Wealdstone since Boxing Day 2005 but the versatile defender believes that could all be about the change this weekend.
"We're confident about playing and beating anyone at the moment," added the 33-year-old.
"Wealdstone have beaten us for the last few seasons and that is always in the back of your mind. It would be nice to beat them, and beat them convincingly for once.
"We're due to have a good result against them but they have been playing well themselves of late. It all has the makings of a great game."
Walters, who works for a plant and tool hire firm, intends to hammer home the message to Harrow's younger play-ers that defeat on Saturday is not an option.
"Both us and Wealdstone only have a few players left that have played in the local derby before, so it is going to be a new experience for many.
"The game means a hell of a lot to both sets of fans and for some it means everything.
"I've had fans say to me they don't mind us losing games as long as it is not against Wealdstone."
Walters has led his side away from danger after a poor start to the Ryman Premier season and has now set his sights on gate-crashing the play-off places.
"I'm waiting for that season where we will do really well and it could be this season if we get our act together.
"We need to cut out the silly mistakes and have that winning mentality.
"A top ten finish is the realistic aim but making the play-offs is not an impossible mission.
"We've got to take it one step at a time though and keep our feet on the ground."
The captain, however, reckons Harrow will have to attempt that without influential winger Robin Shroot.
The 20-year-old enjoyed a five-day trial at Birmingham City last week while a clutch of other league clubs are tracking him.
"Robin should definitely be a professional," said Walters.
"He has got so much talent and ability and it is only a matter of time before he goes.
"It will be a big blow when he does but that happens in this game."