Victory is a must for the Pars, who trail Hibs by five points with just two games to play, and the East End Park skipper takes confidence from their last trip to Easter Road, which the visitors won 1-0 last November.
He said: "We've got a lot of experienced boys in the team and sometimes that is what's needed at times like this.
"Hopefully that can see us through to get us this result. We've been there before and won. We can do it.
"We've got two games left and there are still six points to be had.
"It will be an open game and hopefully we can get the goals we need and take it to the last game."