Kyle Knoyle was on press duty ahead of this weekend’s trip to MK Dons.
It will be two weeks since Town's last game when the Robins head to face the Buckinghamshire side after last week’s fixture against Forest Green was called off.
Knoyle gave an insight into the players’ reaction to the postponement and hopes that the Dons' recent dip in form will mean it is the right time to play them.
"We saw it the day before and the fans coming to help which we massively appreciate. It was disappointing that it had to be called but you understand for safety reasons. The game is coming up again next Tuesday so looking forward to it.
"We had a training and a gym session just to keep our fitness levels up and the movement in our legs.
"They’re (MK Dons) a big club that have dipped in from recently but they’re where we want to be so it’s a big game that hopefully we can get the three points from."
The right-back was also asked about the differing home and away form after, last time out, Town were defeated at home to Crawley after impressive away performances since the start of the calendar year.
“Personally, I’d say Crawley was an anomaly – I thought the Lincoln game was good. We played very well and on another we get the three points. The home and away stuff, I’m not sure about – I feel we’re performing, overall, okay in both.
“I feel that, bar that game, our form has been quite good.”
The 22-year-old was left out of the defeat to Crawley after passing a concussion test the day before the game but is eager to get back onto the pitch from the start against MK Dons.
“I want to get out there and help the boys as much as I can. When I do get the chance to get back out there, I just have to take that chance.”