Jay Rollins believes Boston United head to Wrexham with nothing to lose.
The Pilgrims winger is desperate to be involved in Saturday’s FA Trophy clash at the Racecourse Ground - claiming the pressure is off his side.
“I saw it online, the draw, and it’s just one of those games,” Rollins said.
“If you’re going to get someone from above you want it to be the big teams.
“It’s a good draw for us, it will test us.
“But you go there with nothing to lose, and they’re the best games to have.”
Rollins is still returning to full fitness following eight months on the sidelines with a groin injury.
But after a few cameos off the bench he hopes he can justify his inclusion in the matchday squad.
“I timed it well,” he joked of his return to the team.
“Wrexham away, you can’t ask for a better game.
“They’re doing well in the National League so, hopefully, I’ll get minutes in that.”