Manager Steven King believes Lewes are invincible at the Dripping Pan.

The Rooks have made their home a fortress this season with 12 wins and a draw in 13 games since King came to the club in the summer.

Local rivals Horsham (6-1), fellow title challengers Dulwich (4-0) and Dr Martens eastern division leaders Tonbridge Angels (2-1) are among their best wins.

Steve Claridge's high-flying Weymouth will visit in the FA Trophy in January in what will be Lewes's biggest test of the season.

But having seen his side destroy Cinderford in the second round with some breathtaking football on Tuesday, King fears no-one.

He said: "On our day we are a match for anybody at the Dripping Pan and I don't care what division they are in. We are unbelievable sometimes and seem to be able to raise our game against good teams.

"Tonbridge Angels came here when they were flying at the top of the league and hadn't lost a game. We raised our game, we were tight at the back and we took them apart.

"Sometimes we go to sleep at the back and against good teams like Weymouth you'll get hammered if you do that. But I know we won't when we play them because at home we just seem to perform."

Lewes' biggest strength at home has been their goal record. They have already hit 40 at an average of three a game.

The potency of the attack was seen at its best against Cinderford where Lewes scored two goals in the final three minutes to win 4-3.

King said: "I think we can score at will and we showed that against Cinderford. We just seem to have a few more gears and we go up them when we need to.

"Our two wingers, Peter Adeniyi and Kirk Watts, have been top draw and that enables strikers to score goals. Some of the things Peter does are unbelievable. He's a magician and has just got better and better since he's been here."