Matty Cash says Nottingham Forest are full of confidence as they head to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United tomorrow.
The Reds are on a six-match unbeaten run and Cash says the squad are in confident mood about stretching their streak to seven heading into the international break.
He said: "They're a good team and it is a tough place to go. We will be going there full of confidence and hopefully we can do well.
"They were good here earlier in the season and we know they are a good team. It is like any game in this league; it is tough and anyone can beat anyone. We will plan the best we can and hopefully we will do well.
"We are taking a big crowd there and we notice that. The support is fantastic and it gives us an extra boost. It will be a good atmosphere and a good game."
Cash has played a key role in the unbeaten run and says that the team continues to grow with every performance and every point picked up.
He said: "We are starting to build as a team. In this league, you have got to be able to do that as there are some fantastic teams. We are starting to look better and stronger in our play which is important and hopefully we can keep building and prepare for next season.
"We are a team full of confidence at the moment because of the run we have had. We have had a few draws and wins and we are not getting beaten.
"The players are confident and you can see that around the training ground, on the pitch and you can feel it from the fans too. The fans are starting to believe in us and the teams we are playing against are seeing us as a threat."