Gills stopper previews the trip to Tranmere.
Goalkeeper Jake Turner is expecting a few familiar faces in his corner this weekend when Gillingham face Tranmere.
Jake, born in Wilmslow, a short distance from Tranmere, has enjoyed a superb season so far and his performances have won praise with management and supports alike.
After last weekend's impressive 3-1 victory over Salford, the reliable stopper is now calling for another big performance against Rovers.
"It should be a good one," said Turner. "My family are going to come down because it is only about an hour away from where I am from, so I think they will be watching this one.
"It is always a tough place to go, it will be a challenge but hopefully we can get the win.
"I was at the Bolton Academy, and although it's not far from me I don't think I ever got to play at Prenton Park."
When corrected by a journalist that he has in fact played there and kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win when at Morecambe, Turner smiled. "Well, let's hope history repeats itself," he said.
"I'm not very good at remembering games," admitted the keeper. "But I'll take that result again on Saturday.
"It's going to be another long travel up there on the coach, but we have prepared well, trained all week and we are raring to go.
"There are still so many games left, so if we put a winning run together then we can really climb the table. It will be good to go into the Christmas period with a few wins under our belt.
"We have a lot of games coming up, but right now the focus is on Tranmere."