Coventry City midfielder Liam Kelly said that that you have to beat the top teams if you want to be successful.
City who have not scored for over four games, which has caused them to drop to ninth in the table, travel to Luton Town on Saturday who currently top the table
Speaking about Saturday's game which is close to a sell out, Kelly said: "I think the game will suit us.
"Luton are an attacking team, especially at home.
"They will come out and be more open than the teams we have played at home recently, where 11 men sit behind the ball for the majority of the game.
"We are very dangerous on the counter attack and we have always done well against teams at the top end of the league, when the game is a little bit more open.
"If you want to be successful you have to be able to beat the top teams."
The ground will be a new one for some of the City support and all of the 1,032 tickets for Coventry City supporters were sold by last Monday and speaking about the City support, Kelly said: "The away support will be fantastic because it's a very closed and hostile ground at Luton, so to have that many fans is incredible.
"I don't think there are many teams in this league that have that kind of away support, and it gives us the lift that we need."