Surging Sky Blues wary of man from the Emerald Isle

SYDNEY FC will be gunning for a club-record ninth consecutive undefeated A-League match against Perth tonight.

Top spot is also on offer, and in-form Sky Blues defender Pedj Bojic said he wanted a fortress-like atmosphere in front of his home fans.

"We've got the chance to go top of the table again, and that's our aim," Bojic said.

Bojic (pictured) identified the Glory's front man, Republic of Ireland international Andy Keogh, as the main threat, but said Sky Blues coach Graham Arnold's defensive structure would help his team contain him.

Keogh, who has scored five goals in the A-League this season, said he hadn't given up on adding to his 30 caps for the men in green.

"You never know, they've got some quality players, but if they're looking for someone who has been doing well recently and scoring some goals then I'm your man," he said. "I've played for them 30 times. I want to add to that."

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