Assistant manager James Duthie wants Fraserburgh to create new Scottish Cup memories this season.
Last term the Broch went on a run to the fourth round where they faced Rangers at Bellslea.
Tomorrow their Scottish Cup campaign starts in the first round against Highland League rivals Inverurie Locos at Harlaw Park.
Duthie, who is No2 to Mark Cowie, would love another cup run and wants the Buchan team to create fresh Scottish Cup memories after last season’s heroics.
He said: “It would be brilliant for the club, the community and the lads if we could have a run.
“But we’ve already spoken about how that was last year, we need to focus on the here and now.
“There’s no point in looking back.
“Those were brilliant memories and experiences, but we need to create more new memories for the club and to do that we need to play well against a really good Inverurie team.”
Tomorrow’s meeting is the second this season between Locos and the Broch.
They played in the Irn-Bru Cup preliminary round with the game being drawn 2-2 before Locos progressed 5-4 on penalties.
Duthie expects the latest meeting to be another tight encounter.
He added: “I don’t think you need to be big into the Highland League to know that there is nothing between the teams.
“We’re evenly matched and the league table last year and the Irn-Bru Cup game earlier this year shows that.
“We know and Inverurie’s management team will know it’s very difficult for both teams and we’ll just have to do our best.”