Graeme Stewart will take nothing for granted when his table-topping Buckie Thistle side take on struggling Rothes today.
The league leaders go into the game as favourites after beating champions Cove Rangers last time out.
In contrast, Rothes sit third-bottom and have shipped 17 goals in their last three games.
But after almost two weeks without a game over the festive period, Stewart is just keen to get a win however it comes.
He said: “We’ve struggled against them in the last couple of years, we drew with them the last few years.
“It’s going to be a tough game I think, we just have to make sure we keep focused on them.”
He added: “Our strikers started the season really well and the last few games they haven’t got as many as they probably would hope but I would take a 1-0.
“If our forwards get chances, I’m sure they’ll score but I’m always just happy with a win of any kind.”
This fixture was originally due to be played on Hogmanay but was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Buckie are keen to take advantage of the rescheduled game to move three points clear of Brora at the top.
And Stewart is confident his side will be ready for the test.
“We just need to make sure the players are focused after the break,” he said.
“We need to get their heads back into football, they’re young lads, they’ve been on a break but I’ve been in touch with most and they should be fine.”