STANLEY old boy Ged Brannan is relishing the trip back to the Interlink with his new club Morecambe.
The former Manchester City and Wigan midfielder was released from his Stanley contract earlier this season and made the switch to Radcliffe Borough before signing up for the Shrimps in November.
And he has played a starring for them and is hoping for another top performance on Monday.
"I can't wait. It is one of those games where people might say I have a point to prove but I don't feel I have anything," said the 34-year-old, who spent two years with the Reds. "Mind you, I wouldn't mind having a good game and scoring the winner!"
He admits Morecambe are having something of an inconsistent season as they look to make the play-offs.
"We are like Accrington were last season. We go to Grays and get a good result and then we play Southport and draw. But we have a lot of quality in the side and if we perform like we can, we know we will give Accrington a tough game."
He has been pleasantly surprised by Accrington's success this season. "It all happened when I left!" he joked. "But they have been doing really well. I think if they beat us on Monday, then they have won the title. If we beat them, then we are clinging onto them. That's why it is such a big game.
"But good luck to Accrington after Monday. They have kept it going and do seem to keep winning week in week out. Coley is right when he says it is disheartening for other teams the way they keep winning. It is the first result everyone looks for and each time they have three points. But hopefully we can stop that."