BARROW AFC boss Pete Wild is looking forward to heading to the Cherry Red Record Stadium tomorrow.

But the Bluebirds’ manager is hoping he’s even happier leaving with all three points.

Speaking about the trip to face AFC Wimbledon, Wild told The Mail: “I like Wimbledon. It’s a nice ground and a nice place to go and play your football.

“So we are hoping we can go there and pick up some more points on the road.”

Wild is expecting a battle against Johnnie Jackson’s side after the Dons held them to a 0-0 draw at Holker Street back in October.

He added: “We are really looking forward to the game.

“It will be another tough test as Wimbledon have had a really good season and Johnnie has got a real good set of lads together.

“We are again going to have to be at our best on the road, but we have done that so many times this season and we are hoping we can do that again tomorrow.”

Having taken 26 points on their travels so far this term, Wild is confident his side are capable of adding to that tally tomorrow.

“We have had so many away games this season and it is really pleasing that we have done so well away from home.

“As I have said before any points we get away from home are bonus points, the cherry on the top.

“It’s testament to the players and the staff that we have done well so often away from home.

“Now we have another away game and another tough battle, where we will hopefully come out on top.”

It’s another long trip for the Bluebirds and Wild is hoping to reward the blue and white faithful with another good away performance.

He added: “We are hoping that the supporters can follow us and back us again tomorrow like they have all season.

“Like I said it’s a nice place to play your football, so hopefully the fans can make the trip down and we can reward them by picking up some more points on the road.”