Brian Laws has promised to make it an uncomfortable trip to unfashionable Burnley for Premier League aristocrats Chelsea - starting with Turf Moor's notorious dressing rooms.
Laws says that despite a minor makeover this season the changing areas have barely changed since he was a player at the club 30 years ago and Burnley have to use every advantage when the table-toppers from London come to town on Saturday.
He said: "We have got to use every element we can, use our home advantage and hopefully we can make it uncomfortable for them. If there is a bit of hail, a bit of rain and a bit of wind then for us the weather will be perfect. They will not relish coming here - not many teams will.
"The dressing rooms have not changed since I was a player, even the colours are the same. I wouldn't say they were unpleasant. Don't get me wrong, we are not in the dark ages here.
"We have got light, we have got electricity, we have got a bit of warmth - but they are in our dressing room not in theirs! If I see any signs of negativity when they walk in I'll be rubbing my hands."