Northampton Town striker Jake Robinson says his side need be consistent, like former club Torquay United were last season.
The former Shrewsbury striker will face the side he had a loan spell at, and helped to reach the League Two play-off final last season, on Saturday.
"The side we have here talent-wise is probably better than the Torquay side I was in," Robinson told BBC Look East.
"We clicked as a team which isn't happening here at the moment."
He added: "That's something we obviously want to replicate here.
"There was more consistency at [Torquay] which we don't have here at the moment that got us there [to the play-offs] in the end."