Blackpool's Ian Evatt is warning Birmingham to be wary of them after their loss to Manchester City.
Adam Johnson's goal ensured that the Seasiders were narrowly beaten but they have already dusted themselves down are ready to face the Blues at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday evening.
"I am so confident at the moment," Evatt said. "I feel as though I can deal with anything. I hope it looks that way to everyone else.
"Not just me but the whole team is playing with so much confidence. I feel as though I can take on the world. That comes down to the gaffer giving us that belief.
"It is a big game against Birmingham. They beat us at their place, so we have to make sure we are at it from the start and get right into them.
"If we played like we did in the second half at Manchester City, there are not many teams that will cope with us. We have got to maintain our confidence and keep driving on.
"Look at how far we have come. Three or four years ago we were playing at Yeovil."
Evatt has also backed up manager Ian Holloway's claims that he made earlier this term about summer signing Matt Phillips being a real star in the making.
He added: "He has a big, big future in the game as long as he keeps working hard. He will go on to bigger and better things.
"He has been different class since we bought him. If he carries on like this we will be lucky to keep hold of him."
Assistant manager Steve Thompson insists the defeat away at Eastlands should make them more determined to put on a show in front of their home fans.
He said: "It is important we get among teams at Bloomfield Road and make it a fortress. We will give it our best shot against Birmingham.
"As staff and players we are learning and will only get better. It is nice to have a game back in front of our fans.
"We will be fine. We won't have to pick ourselves up."
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