Keith Millen says he won’t make wholesale changes to Carlisle United’s approach in a bid to tame League Two leaders Forest Green Rovers.

The Blues boss says he could “tweak” things for the clash with Rob Edwards’ high-fliers.

But Millen suggested he would not go down the road of trying to match up with the Nailsworth side tactically.

United put their five-game unbeaten run on the line tomorrow against table-toppers who have lost just twice all season.

Edwards’ men are unbeaten in 13 League Two games.

Millen said: “I think, when I’ve looked at a lot of videos, a lot of the teams that go there and play against them change and try to match up against them.

“Which I understand. I’ve done that before in my career; sometimes you do that.

“Normally you find when a team’s top of the league and have a certain way of playing and you try to match them up, they’re normally better at it because they’ve been doing it all season.

“I don’t think Forest Green change their shape for any of their games, because they’ve got that belief.

“We’ve got belief in what we’re doing, and I will tweak it how I see necessary to try and combat what they do, but still try and keep an identity to what we’re doing.

“I think that’s really important. Since I’ve been here that’s what we’ve done and we’ll do the same on Saturday.”

Forest Green last lost a league game on October 9. They currently sit seven points clear at the summit.

“They’re having a very good season – Rob has gone in there, it’s his first real managerial job, and I think he inherited a good squad,” Millen added ahead of the trip to the Fully Charged New Lawn.

“They’ve been in the top places for a few years now, it’s a well-run club with a good budget.

“They have a way of playing, they score goals, and they’re doing what they do really well.

“They’re dangerous going forward, but we should look forward to this.

“We go into in really good form, and the current form table we must be up there with them, even though the league table doesn’t reflect that at the moment.

“You could say it’s two form teams meeting each other, so I’d like to think we’ll be confident.

“Our away form has been decent recently, but we know we’re going to be tested. It’s a quick turnaround for us, it’s not ideal with their game being called off because of the fog on Tuesday, they might be a little bit fresher, but we’ll fine come Saturday.

“I want us to look forward to it, and there’s no reason why we shouldn’t.”