The manager is eagerly anticipating his first game in charge on home soil and told the press on Thursday that focus will be on attack when the Bulls come to town.
"We've worked on defending for the past two games and kept to two clean sheets - now, now that we're at home - attacking will play will be at the fore-front of what we do," Still said.
The manager hopes to have midfielder Arnaud Mendy available after the Frenchman picked up a knock in Tuesday's draw with Nuneaton. Janos Kovacs unavailable through injury out as does fellow defender Wayne Thomas, who serves the final game of a three-match ban. Loan defender Jake Goodman, who had four stitches in a cut sustained on Tuesday above his eye will play if he's "brave enough and wants to play", according to Still.
Meanwhile the boss confirmed that striker Jon Shaw has resumed training and winger James Dance has returned from his loan with Nuneaton and has over-come a slight injury to restart training.
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