Forest Green Rovers manager Mark Cooper has said he hopes his side can produce another good performance against MK Dons on Saturday.

Rovers are unbeaten in the league this season and travel to MK Dons, who are also unbeaten, trying to push even further up the table towards the automatic promotion places.

Ahead of the match Cooper admitted that the performances have been positive this season, even though the side have drawn a number of 'winnable' matches.

"Performance wise I think we should have more points than we have, but we don't," Cooper said at his pre match press conference.

"We are happy with where we are though, we are happy with how the season is going. We are unbeaten and we are a little frustrated but we are happy with the performances.

On his match this weekend against MK Dons Cooper admitted it is going to be a tough test, but one his side are prepared for.

"Obviously they came down last year and they have been able to keep a lot of their good players," He said.

"They have also brought in some talent, I am sure that they are going to have a really good season.

"If you are in and around MK Dons then you will not be far away either. It is a big club with big expectations and we are aware it will be a tough afternoon."

There was also a word from Cooper on how his spell in charge at Forest Green has gone, this follows some research that suggests that it may be the best spell in his managerial career with a winning percentage near 50 per cent.

"That is a good question (on whether he is the right fit for the club), listen I had a really good time here as a player and when I came back after being here as a player I had one season and got the side promoted," Cooper continued.

"We had a spell last year where we tried to stay in the league and we took a bit of stick, but we have started well this season so at the moment things are going well.

"I have always said though that in football there is always a slap in the face around the corner."