Victor Moses says Wigan are out to shock when taking on Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal in coming days.
The Latics have given their Premier League survival hopes a big boost by registering back-to-back wins at Liverpool and at home to Stoke to sit in the relegation zone on goal difference alone.
Roberto Martinez's men now face daunting trips to Chelsea and Arsenal and a home tie against champions United in their next three fixtures and Moses is relishing taking on these Premier League heavyweights, believing the pressure is off.
He told The Sun: "Not many teams win at Anfield and it was a massive relief to beat Stoke as this was the first time we'd strung two victories together.
"No-one gave us a chance of winning either game. Now we play three of the world's biggest clubs in nine days - and our plan is to shock people.
"This is not a daunting run of games as playing these teams is what every footballer dreams about.
"I grew up watching these famous clubs and never imagined one day I'd be playing against them. When I wake up on Saturday, I'll feel like a child on Christmas Day morning.
"And what is so exciting is that these sides also need three points.
"Chelsea and Arsenal are fighting for Champions League spots and Manchester United don't want to lose their advantage in the title race.
"There will be no pressure on us because everyone thinks we'll lose."