Stenhousemuir boss Martyn Corrigan insists his team must build on their victory over Kilmarnock.
The Warriors were outstanding at Rugby Park, and defended from the front.
John Gemmell hassled and harried Kilmarnock’s defenders and Sean Dickson, Stewart Kean and Brown Ferguson were unsettling for the SPL side.
And now boss Corrigan wants similar levels of commitment and intensity when Forfar come to town on Saturday.
“We can’t read and believe our own press - we have to get on with things,” the Warriors chief said in the aftermath of the giant-killing on Tuesday night.
“We are full of confidence right now and long may that continue, but we cannot get complacent on the back of one result.
“The start to the season has been positive but we must carry on playing football the right way and that’s what Kevin McGoldrick and I intend to do.”
The Warriors should be at full fitness for the visit of the Loons, after Brown Ferguson made a comeback against Killie. Corrigan will check on Callum Reidford after the goalkeeper took a blow to the face late on Tuesday night.
There are no prolonged effects either from the illness that swept through the Warriors team pre-match on Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Stranraer.