WOKING boss Glenn Cockerill is looking forward to meeting up with his mates at Accrington - but still aims to upset them.
Cockerill is friends with John Coleman and the Stanley management team but hopes his side can stop their stuttering league form with a win tomorrow at the Interlink.
The Cards chief has also swooped in the transfer market bringing back Luke Oliver, the centre half they sold to Yeovil in the summer, on loan and Wycombe defender Stuart Nethercott.
"I am looking forward to coming to Accrington and seeing John and his staff as we all get on well," said Cockerill. "Accrington is a tough place to visit and the crowd really get behind them and I don't expect anything different tomorrow. But we are finding all the games hard at the moment. There are a lot of good teams in this league and confidence is massive in football and we need to get our confidence back up quickly and move up the league.
"We, like Accrington, aim to be up there challenging like last season."