HIS team may be riding high in the Vanarama National League South and full of confidence, but Braintree Town manager Glen Driver still feels the Iron will get their FA Cup campaign under way on Saturday as underdogs.

League positions may suggest that is otherwise as the second qualifying round tie sees second tier team Braintree heading to an Enfield Town side who play in a level below them in the BetVictor Isthmian League premier division, but Driver is clear about how tough an assignment it will be for his team.

He knows Enfield's squad is an established unit and although the Iron head into the tie on the back of a superb 3-1 win at Havant & Waterlooville last weekend that extended their unbeaten run to five games, Driver said they would not travel as favourites.

He said: "We know Enfield will be a very tough place to go but we've just been to Havant & Waterlooville, Concord Rangers and Chippenham and done very well in the league with some good results and we were only narrowly beaten at Dartford so we'll head there with confidence. "However, Enfield can be as good as any of them and we'll treat this game as we did Havant & Waterlooville.

"The pressure is on us because of our current form, but I really see us as underdogs.

"We don't go there as favourites in my mind because Enfield are an established team who had a whole pre-season together whereas we certainly did not.

"So we go there as underdogs and it will be a tough tough game.

"We'll treat it with respect and I will stress to the boys that they are a top side.

"However, if we play with the momentum that we have at the moment then we can go there and get the win that we want."

Driver said there were "one or two" of his players who may be doubts for the trip to Enfield with small niggles, but he was hoping to have a full-strength squad available.