Kevin Nolan has stressed that Notts County must respect a Forest Green Rovers side who can "beat anyone on their day" ahead of their League Two encounter this weekend.
The Magpies travel to The New Lawn on Saturday to face a FGR outfit that have won their last five home outings and moved seven points clear of the relegation zone.
"Forest Green have been fantastic at home since the turn of the year and can beat anyone on their day," Nolan told the official Notts site of the opposition, managed by former boss Mark Cooper.
"We're well aware that we have to go there, respect them and earn a result.
"Mark has recruited really well and has done a fantastic job getting them up last year and making it seem so simple to stay in the league this year.
"They are a strong side and play good football with two fantastic strikers in Christian Doidge and Reuben Reid so it won't be an easy one.
"But if we turn up and do what we need to do we can come away with another positive result."