SLOUGH Town supporter Daniel Brench hopes the club can show everyone what they are all about after drawing Rochdale in round two of the FA Cup this season.

The Rebels took a number of supporters to Gainsborough for the 6-0 first round win, and it is expected Slough will pack out Arbour Park when League One Rochdale come to town next month.

Brench, who is also a member of the Slough Town Supporters Trust, told the Observer: “It’s fantastic and as good a draw as we could have hoped for, especially at home.

“There was a big cheer when we got the home draw. It would be fantastic to bring a League One club here and pack this place out as best we can with Slough fans making a lot of noise to show everyone what the club is about.

“The profile of the club has been raised with that win on Saturday and with all the goals going out on social media, but the visit of Rochdale will create a big buzz around the town. It should be amazing definitely.”

“Even if we lose it doesn’t matter, it ‘s going to be a fantastic day.”

Recalling the win at Gainsborough, Brench said: “I couldn’t believe it at the time and it was beyond anything I had ever seen.

“It was probably one of the best performances I’ve seen over 90 minutes from the whole team in all my years of watching Slough.”

Slough midfielder Lee Togwell has never got beyond the second qualifying round of the FA Cup before, but admits the first round win at Gainsborough meant a lot to everyone at the club.

He said: “We would have potentially taken a draw and brought them back here, so for us to not only win but win quite comfortably meant a lot to us all.

“It is a credit to everyone that has been working extremely hard on and off the pitch.”

Looking ahead to taking on Rochdale in round two, he added: “To be honest, it will be amazing. It will be a sell out and everyone would want to come and support a local team, and from the boys point of view it can only be a positive.

“You want to work that little bit harder for that potential third round tie.

“But, for now, it’s back to the training ground and we’ve got to be level-headed and concentrate on the games that we’ve got coming up.”

"We've got to be quite strict with regards to our thoughts before the games definitely because the league is the first thing we're interested in.

"This is just an added bonus and the same goes for the FA Trophy."

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