BARROW AFC boss Pete Wild would be the first one to tell you that there are no easier games in League Two.

But by the same token there are some very tough ones – and believes tomorrow’s home clash with MK Dons will be one of those.

He said: “I was reflecting after the game on Saturday about what I’d call the two toughest months of the season in December and January, and then you look ahead to February and first of the bat is MK Dons.

“They have got some unbelievable talent in the football club, they’ve got some unbelievable players and are on a great run of form.

“The lads (manager Mike Williamson and his team) have done extremely well since they came in from Gateshead, so it is a real tough game to start the month.

“We are going to have to be at our brilliant best out of possession and make sure that we are good in possession.”

Wild certainly doesn’t believe his players should be overawed by the task and hand, but says while they must focus on themselves, they must be aware of the threat the visitors possess.

“We have to give them credit, because of how good they are,” he added. “We also have to make sure we pay them the respect they deserve.

“But in recent weeks it has been about finding that balance of making sure we are good at what we do.

“I thought we were really good at what we do on Saturday at Notts County, and I think there needs to more of that tomorrow.

“We were really pleased as a group with how we performed last weekend, and now we need to make sure as a group that we build on that and perform again tomorrow.”