"We look after every little detail as best as possible, and we're not the only team in a position where there is lots of travelling"
Kieran McKenna says the Town squad have had two good days of preparation ahead of Saturday's trip to Morecambe.
The Blues played out a goalless draw with Cheltenham on Tuesday night, but switched the attention to this weekend's clash yesterday morning, and will have one more training session tomorrow before then travelling to Lancashire.
"This is one of the longest journeys we have, but preparation has been good," the Town boss said.
"The distance can be a challenge and we have to adapt the schedule slightly, but the players are used to it.
"Some things like meal times might change, so that we can get on the road and things like that, but it's small things and we adapt as best we can in terms of nutrition and preparing for the game. Paul, our chef, travels as well and looks after the team as best as possible.
"We look after every little detail as best as possible, and we're not the only team in a position where there is lots of travelling. Morecambe will be in a similar position when they have away games down South, so it's a factor for most teams.
"We've moved on quickly from Tuesday and the preparation has been good. We're well aware we are in for a test against Morecambe, but we are really looking forward to the challenge."