Warren Feeney wants to give Welling United supporters something to cheer about when they make the short journey to Dartford on Tuesday evening.
The midweek derby fixture was rearranged after being postponed last month due to the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth II and will now be played under the lights at Princes Park.
The Darts are in good form as they sit second in the table, but Feeney’s men will be going there in confident mood after the weekend’s victory over Hungerford Town.
“We respect everyone we play,” he said.
“Yes, it’s a derby game, but for me it’s just another game of football.
“I don’t care who we play against, no disrespect to any other team, but we fear no one.
“We’ve got to make sure we take confidence from the win on Saturday and give the fans something to cheer about.”
Feeney added: “It gives us a chance now to get a couple of the boys off the physio’s table and we can assess them for Tuesday night.”
Supporters not making the journey to Princes Park on Tuesday evening can listen to all the action LIVE thanks to Radio Wings.