Ricardo Fuller insists Stoke will travel to Old Trafford without any fear as they prepare to tackle Manchester United.
The Jamaican international says Stoke have nothing to lose when they make the daunting trip to reigning champions United.
The Potters have proved they are a match for the big boys this season by earning a goalless draw at Liverpool and beating Arsenal at the Britannia Stadium a fortnight ago.
Fuller admits confidence is high in the Stoke camp as they aim to pull off a major shock against United.
"At this club the lads work really hard and we are not afraid to lose," Fuller told Sky Sports News. "When teams play like this they have nothing to lose.
"At the beginning of the season nobody expected us to do well against Arsenal, to do well against Liverpool, but we did have some positive results against them and hopefully we will do the same on Saturday against Manchester United.
"The confidence is brimming at the moment. We haven't lost in four games in the cup as well, so I mean it is going well and as I said before we are not afraid to lose so hopefully we can go up there and give it our best and hopefully our best will be good enough."