Last time out Town beat local rivals Walkington AFC 2-0 in the derby to move to fourth in the table extending their unbeaten run in the Humber premier League to four games.
Speaking ahead of the game, Jagger told HU17.net;
“We are looking to keep our unbeaten run going. That said we are very wary that Ferriby are capable of causing us problems.”
“They have hit a bit of form recently, and I thought they were a decent side when we played them a few weeks ago.”
“Obviously confidence in the camp is high, particularly after a good result and performance on Saturday, if the lads maintain that level we fancy our chances against anyone.”
Jagger will be missing Ryan Saltmer who picked up an injury against Walkington however the return of Danny McHale to the club means Jagger has a natural replacement.
McHale, who quit town for East Yorkshire Carnegie could not have come at a better time for Jagger who said ‘he was delighted to have the big centre half back’.
Saturday’s match and Blackburn Sports Club while testing should be a game that town win given their recent run of form.
Their defence however has been key to their recent results with Town conceding no goals in the last four league games.