Hearts midfielder Scott Robinson is looking forward to testing himself when they take on Tottenham on Thursday.
The Scottish club host Spurs in their Europa League play-off first leg at Tynecastle in what is a marquee clash for the Edinburgh-based team, who won 3-0 against Aberdeen on Saturday.
Robinson played the full 90 minutes of that match, and felt that the prospect of facing Harry Redknapp's side would be the biggest challenge of his fledgling career so far.
The 19-year-old told Hearts TV: "All I've been thinking about is the Tottenham game - it would be great to be part of that. It would be the biggest game of my career so far.
"I'm sure it will be a great side. We've got to try to be up to the test as best we can.
"Trying not to concede is the main thing. If you don't concede an away goal it's a bonus.
"It's against Tottenham, so it's going to be a hard game.
"We'll see what happens and do our best."