Josh Yorwerth insists that the side have enough quality within the squad to be a match for anyone in the division ahead of Saturday's game with Barnet at the Hive.
The defender pointed to the competition for places within the team as being pivotal to driving one another forward and performing to the best of their abilities ahead of the weekend's clash with the Bees.
"I honestly believe that we've got the quality to beat anyone in the division on our day," he told the press on Friday afternoon.
"We've got so much ability and I think it's about fine tuning things now.
"The manager has been getting his ideas across and we're used to them now - last weekend was disappointing but we went to Swindon and won comfortably when they were top of the league, so we know what we can do."
The Welshman signed a new three-year contract earlier in the week, in a deal that will see him stay at the club until 2020. He was buoyant at putting pen to paper with the Reds and insisted that the security and deal itself would only help his game.
"It's nice to get that done and now I can focus on the football," he continued.
"I feel like the deal gives you an extra incentive to perform too - I want to justify the gaffer's decision and prove my worth to the side.
"I was given an opportunity and I'd like to think that I've taken it - now for me it's about working hard and eradicating errors from my game to make me a better player."