Crystal Palace coach David Kemp is relishing Sunday's daunting trip to face Arsenal at The Emirates.
Tony Pulis strengthened the Eagles squad on transfer deadline day with no fewer than five new signings and they will be looking to build on some encouraging recent form by causing an upset.
Kemp said ahead of taking on the second-placed Gunners at their own ground: "It is a fantastic place to go.
"It is a great stadium and Arsenal are doing well this season. We have performed well in these big games so far, so let's take it a step further. It is a learning experience - the players will certainly take some confidence from those performances.
"You have to set yourself up to be difficult to play against, but at the same time we went to Man City, Tottenham and Chelsea and had chances and actually have played very well and should have got something out of all of those games.
"That has to be the disappointment to us, that we haven't got something out of the game, and that will be the target on Sunday; go to one of the bigger clubs, play well and actually get some kind of reward."