'They also need to be wary of us' - Crawley Town striker Ashley Nadesan's warning for Leeds United
Since a 2-1 win in the last round of the FA Cup, Crawley have won four and drawn four in League Two. Away wins over Forest Green Rovers and Bolton Wanderers have set them up nicely for the visit of the Premier League Whites.
The run has pushed Crawley up to sixth in the table but any thoughts of escaping the division will be put on hold for a special game against Marcelo Bielsa's men.
"We got a great result on Saturday [at Bolton] and we need to build on that," said Nadesan, who credits boss John Yems for masterminding their rise up the table.
"Everybody is putting in a shift. We are just implementing on the pitch what the gaffer does on the training ground with us and it seems to be working.
"It’s nine unbeaten now with three away wins in a row and we just have to carry that forward on Sunday against Leeds.
"We need to take our attention away from the league and focus on the FA Cup again with a match against a big Premier League team. You are looking for promotion after promotion but these games come around once, maybe twice in a lifetime and we just need to cherish it and hopefully get a good result."
Nadesan is well aware that Leeds are known for their physical intensity but insists the visitors should also be taking their League Two hosts seriously.
"Seeing them in the Prem, they obviously have a lot of energy and they are competing against the best teams in England and we need to be wary of that," said the former Fleetwood Town and Carlisle United forward.
"But they also need to be wary of us and hopefully we can cause an upset.
"After a couple of niggly injuries early on I feel myself, Max [Watters] and Nico [Tom Nichols] have been doing well up top and everyone at the back is putting a shift as well. We are keeping clean sheets now and hopefully build on that on Sunday."