Elliott Durrell says he and his Chester FC teammates need only look to Leicester City for inspiration and just what can be achieved against the odds.
The Chester midfielder, who scored a stunning goal from the halfway line to earn the Blues a share of the spoils at Boreham Wood on Saturday, says that he and his side have nothing to fear this season, despite their difficult start.
Individual mistakes have cost Chester dear in the opening five games and defeats to Gateshead, Barrow and Maidstone have all be dogged by such problems.
But Chester took apart Dagenham & Redbridge in ruthless fashion earlier in the month, running out 3-0 winners at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium against a side that have won all four of their other games so far, leaving them second in the table.
And Durrell is adamant that the current Chester crop can put any side in the National League to the sword when they are on their game and stressed that finding consistency will be the key to success for the young Blues side.
"We've not seen anything to make us fear," said Durrell, whose scored a stunning strike in the 3-0 success over the Daggers a fortnight ago.
In pretty much three or four of the previous games we have been hard done by.
"Maidstone, we weren't at the races, there was no excuse for that. But we've not seen anything to fear and we have got a great bunch of lads, a hard working bunch of lads and we don't fear anyone.
"The fans will have seen it, if we do what we did against Dagenham then we can beat any team that is in front of us. We just have to get to that level where we can sustain it.
"Look at Leicester last year. They managed it on the biggest stage of all, the Premier League. Forget budgets, there isn't any team at any level that can't achieve big things. I would like to think that if we can get to a level that we can be consistent then we can achieve something. We want to kick on and do something in this league."
Durrell, who started on the bench for the trip to Boreham Wood on Saturday before emerging to save a point for Chester, is likely to be pushing for a recall to the starting line up with James Akintunde battling to be fit for Saturday's visit of Sutton United after picking up a hamstring injury in the warm up last weekend.