CAUTIOUS he may be but midfield ace Scott Arfield expects Huddersfield Town will have too much firepower for League One hosts Walsall tomorrow (KO 3pm).
The fourth-placed Terriers approach the encounter unbeaten in 2011, albeit in somewhat dramatic fashion having recovered from going 2-0 down at the Galpharm on Tuesday to eventually see off nine-man Plymouth Argyle 3-2.
Managerless Walsall, meanwhile, sit second-bottom and have not won at home since November.
And while Arfield knows Town only edged out the Saddlers 1-0 back in October, the Scot expects Town's class to rise to the top.
The 22-year-old also knows an away win is of paramount importance in attempting to close the gap on leaders Brighton and in-form second-placed outfit Southampton.
"We won 1-0 against Walsall last time in the last minute so we know what kind of game we are in for," said Arfield.
"But we'll go there and try to win the game. We won't sit back, we'll attack and I think what we've got should be able to overcome them.
"That's definitely what we want to do and to close the gap on Brighton."
Arfield also remains highly upbeat about Town's automatic promotion chances adding: "I think we need to remain positive.
"It's a very competitive league and very tight at the top but the feeling in the dressing room is that automatic promotion is definitely something we can achieve.
"We are going to do everything we can to achieve it."