Turriff United manager Ross Jack is hopeful their Scottish Cup first round tie against Bonnyrigg Rose can be the start of another cup run.
The Highland League outfit will meet the East Superleague club on September 24 at The Haughs.
Boss Jack is hopeful United could enjoy another cup run, after reaching the third round of the Irn-Bru Cup, before losing out to Hibs.
He said: “We’ve got ambitions, but they’ll have ambitions as well.
“And we need to earn the right to have a cup run and get more glamour games.
“We’re at home and we need to make that count.”
The Rose have had to come through two preliminary rounds to reach this stage.
In the first round they thrashed Glasgow University 8-2 before hammering Burntisland Shipyard 14-0 in the second round.
These high scoring exploits mean that Turra will not underestimate them.
Jack said: “They’ll be very strong.
“Bonnyrigg Rose have got a great past in the history of the Scottish Cup and Scottish Junior Cup.
“They’ve also been league winners many times and they won 14-0 against Burntisland Shipyard which shows how good they are.”
Meanwhile, Banks o’ Dee drew Highland League Keith at Kynoch Park.
Inverurie Locos face Highland League leaders Buckie Thistle at home.
The Scottish Cup first round draw is as follows:
Turriff United v Bonnyrigg Rose;
Leith Athletic v Cumbernauld Colts;
Fort William v Brora Rangers;
Forres Mechanics v Lossiemouth;
East Kilbride v Vale of Leithen;
BSC Glasgow v Rothes;
Deveronvale v Gretna 2008;
Keith v Banks o’ Dee;
Edinburgh University v Whitehill Welfare;
Gala Fairydean Rovers v Fraserburgh;
Beith Juniors/Auchinleck Talbot v Strathspey Thistle;
Civil Service Strollers v Hawick Royal Albert;
Nairn County v Preston Athletic;
Inverurie Loco Works v Buckie Thistle;
Clachnacuddin v University of Stirling;
Dalbeattie Star v Wick Academy;
Selkirk v Linlithgow Rose;
Girvan v Huntly.