Having taken the scalps of SPFL sides in the Scottish Cup in recent seasons, Graeme Rodger says Formartine United are looking to do it again tomorrow.
The Pitmedden team travel south to take on Albion Rovers at Cliftonhill in the second round of the tournament.
In the past two seasons Formartine have reached the fourth round of the cup.
In 2016-17 they beat League Two Annan Athletic en route to a fourth-round tie with then Premiership Partick Thistle.
Last term League One Forfar Athletic were beaten on the way to a fourth-round tie with fellow Highland League club Cove Rangers.
After those good runs where higher opposition have been beaten, Rodger is hoping United can do it again against Rovers, who are bottom of League Two.
The midfielder said: “We’ve done well over the last couple of years. But every game is different and the teams from a higher level we’ve beaten in the last couple of years have predominantly been at home. This is a different task for us going to Cliftonhill but it’s one we’re looking forward to.
“They were good runs and we’ve had a decent run in the Irn-Bru Cup as well and got a good trip to Ireland.
“They’re a team that are playing week in, week out at a higher level than us so we’ll have to show them respect.
“But not too much, and on our day we’re a good team as well. We haven’t been doing very well in the league this season.
“Hopefully the cup can be a welcome distraction for us. And in the last couple of years we have done quite well in the Scottish Cup so hopefully we can get another run this year.
“We’re just looking to get through this game. It’s not going to be easy because they have picked up in the last couple of weeks.
“They’d started the season quite poorly but they’ve started winning in the last couple of weeks.”
Formartine’s league form has been up and down this season, but they are still sixth in the table.
Last Saturday they drew 3-3 with Rothes after leading 3-1, and Rodger is hoping for a positive reaction to that result.
He added: “Hopefully that can work in our favour and we’ll get a positive reaction on Saturday.
“There were circumstances for it, we were down to 10 men.
“But we conceded with the last kick of the game which was sickening.”