Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham has said that he is going for a win today against Wrexham in the first leg of the Blue's FA Trophy semi-final.
With a Wembley final on the line, Housham has said that he will not be taking an defensive approach ahead of the second leg which will take place next weekend at Gainsborough's Northolme ground.
"We want to win this match," said Housham prior to kick-off.
"If we came out and were negative we could get punished. We will be the Gainsborough Trinity we know and do what we've been doing all season."
Housham has said the team is relaxed ahead of the game which has an earlier kick-off of 12.45pm so it can be shown on Welsh channel S4C.
The team stayed overnight and Housham believes there are well prepared.
"They are so relaxed it is unreal," said Housham.
"Everyone is focused, knows their job, so we will get on with it."
Trinity: Budtz, Roma, Waterfall, Hone, Wilde; Nelthorpe, Leary, Russell, Hawkridge, Stamp, Yates. SUBS: White (GK), Young, Clarke, Thompson, Barraclough.
Wrexham: Maxwell, Ashton, Riley, Harris, D. Wright, Ormerod, Keates, Clarke, Ogleby, Walker, Westwood. SUBS: Coughlin (GK), Cieslewicz, Morrell, Hunt, Little.