Steve Elliott thinks the FA Cup third-round clash with Tottenham is just reward for the fans who always stood by Cheltenham.
The Robins, who are flying high in League Two, visit Spurs on Saturday for the biggest match of their recent history, having survived battles against the drop and money troubles in the recent past.
Cheltenham are on much firmer ground now, both on and off the field, and Elliott claims supporters deserve their day out in north London at the Barclays Premier League giants.
"It'll be fantastic for the fans, especially after the last few years with the financial difficulties and not doing so well on the pitch," he said.
"It's not been a great couple of years for the club and hopefully this will make up for it a little bit.
"Nothing is expected of us so we're just going to go there and enjoy the day and see what comes out of it."