Bopston Town boss Ian Dunn hopes his side’s FA Vase dream can continue.
On Saturday, the Poachers travel to Shropshire to face Midland Alliance League outfit Bridgnorth Town.
“It’s a cup game so anything can happen,” said Dunn, who will have a balancing act to play.
With Sam Kirton, Michael Wood and Josh Ford all returning to the side, the boss will have a rare luxury of a near-full squad to choose from.
But they are without striker Simon Mowbray, who left the club by mutual agreement on Monday.
The Meadow Men are managed by ex-Wolves defender Mark Clyde.
But after beating Dunkirk, who play in Bridgnorth’s division, in the last round, Town should hold no fear.
“They’re very good at home,” Dunn continued.
“But we’re going there with a side that wants to go through.”