Kevin Nicholson has urged his Torquay team-mates to go out and enjoy the FA Cup second round tie with Sheffield United.
Veteran full-back Nicholson, who scored for the Gulls as they defeated Chesterfield 3-1 away from home in the first round, insists the pressure is off the League Two side at Bramall Lane on Saturday..
And he wants the Plainmoor squad to make the most of the opportunity to impress on a larger stage against the League One high-fliers.
"It's a no-pressure game," he said. "They are going to be expected to beat us and probably expected to beat us quite handsomely and they've every reason to be confident as they're doing well in their league.
"But we're doing well in ours as well and it's a great chance to go to a big stadium with a good crowd and show what we can do.
"I was at Sheffield Wednesday when Danny Wilson (Sheffield United manager) was there so I know a few of them up there. It's a great opportunity for us."