Chris Morgan admits United's play-off semi-final with Yeovil Town remains on a knife edge.
United head to Somerset on Monday clutching a one goal advantage courtesy of Callum McFadzean's decisive first-leg strike, but Morgan believes the Glovers will be a tough nut to crack on their own patch.
Looking ahead to the second-leg, he commented: "We wanted to use home advantage on Friday and we did, but Yeovil will still feel very much in the tie heading back to Huish Park.
"I am sure they will give it everything on Monday, but they will also be mindful of our excellent away record this season.
"I expect it to be similar to Friday, it will be another good contest between two very good sides.
"We saw in the first-leg Yeovil are lively going forward, but we have a top class goalkeeper and a really hard working defensive unit that is difficult to breakdown because we defend from the front.
"We are a sensible bunch, we know we have completed half a job. On Monday we will have to be resolute from the first minute to the last."