MK Dons manager Karl Robinson is relishing the prospect of an FA Cup second-round clash with Barnet.
The Dons thrashed Nantwich Town 6-0 to earn a visit to Underhill, where they will face Wimbledon legend Lawrie Sanchez's League Two strugglers.
Of the draw, Robinson told the club's official website: "It's a good one, obviously Wimbledon's most famous day was capped off by a Lawrie Sanchez goal at Wembley.
"With the links that he has and the way we were formed, it's the perfect media spin on an FA Cup tie."
The match should also see a reunion with Dons' record goalscorer and current Bees striker Izale McLeod. Robinson added: "Izale is someone who we respect an awful lot, he's a good friend of the club.
"He made the club a lot of money when he departed and people only have good things to say about Izale."