Ross Jack wants his Turriff players to savour the chance to play at McDiarmid Park.
The Highland League club face St Johnstone Under-20s in the Irn-Bru Cup tonight.
After starting their league campaign with a 2-0 defeat away at Wick, the side now face another long trip.
But rather than complaining about two big journeys in four days, manager Jack wants his players to make the most of playing in every competition they can.
The Turriff boss admitted the home players may be revved up at the prospect of showing their quality in front of fans at McDiarmid Park.
But he insists his side can go into tonight with confidence, adding they “want to win every game if possible.”
He said: “They (St Johnstone) will get a boost from playing in front of the fans at McDiarmid Park.
“Having said that, we will too and it will be a great experience for us.
“We can go down there with confidence.
“We aren’t getting carried away but we aren’t going down there with any fear.”