BLUES boss Gareth Ainsworth said the prospect of tonight's trip to Plymouth Argyle holds no fear for his side.

The Pilgrims are among the favourites for promotion from League Two this season and they've made a strong start at Home Park, conceding just once in three unbeaten matches.

Devon's capital city has been a happy hunting ground for Wanderers in recent years, with Blues winning on both of their last two visits, although Ainsworth said that will count for little.

But he added: "Nowhere holds fear for me. The teams we've played from leagues above, Coventry and Millwall, we more than matched them. I don't fear anyone but I've got to be very realistic and know where we are as a club."

"We've done well down at Plymouth the last couple of years but that doesn't mean anything because they've changed.

"It's a well supported team and they were fancied for being well up the league at the start of the season. We go into that game with something to prove."

Argyle go into tonight's fixture looking to bounce back from losing 2-1 at early season pace setters Morecambe on Saturday.

Meanwhile, striker Matt McClure will be hoping to add to his recent good goalscoring form against the Greens.

He scored the first goal of the Ainsworth regime in a 1-1 draw before scoring the winner in the return match at Home Park.

McClure said: "I remember we played them away, not last year but the year before - we got battered but won 1-0. We had one shot and it went in.

"Hopefully we can go down there and put on a good performance. If I'm playing, maybe I can carry on that goalscoring form against them."