Aldershot Town manager Tommy Widdrington is looking forward to Sunday's FA Cup tie against Stockport County.
The Shots won 7-4 at League Two Swindon Town in the first round proper to set up Sunday's tie against League Two leaders Stockport County at the EBB Stadium (2pm).
"It's the next game for us and we've concentrated fully on it since the last league game against Halifax," said Widdrington.
"There's a lot of anticipation from the fans' point of view because of what we did in the last round, but Stockport are a very different animal.
"Stockport are the favourites but it's a one-off game and we've got a chance. We know it's going to be a really tough game, but hopefully we can make some more memories.
"As a football operation and as a football club we're very much in unison and the whole place is in a good place. The fans are right behind us and the players are buzzing.
"The training ground is a really good place to be – the quality we see on a daily basis makes me really confident of us going out there and giving a great version of ourselves. If it's good enough to get us in the next round then I'll be absolutely delighted.
"There's been a huge buy in from everybody – the playing staff, the coaching staff, my support staff, the people above me in the boardroom and the fans.
"The collective intention is to win football matches and when you've got that right through your football club – fans included – I think you're on to a winner.
"The fans have been huge and I have no doubt they will be loud in the East Bank on Sunday. There'll be a really good crowd, a good atmosphere and it's what everybody lives this game for – moments like this. You want to be in games that mean something and this one certainly does because of the potential of what comes if you get through to the next round."