Stevenage midfielder Michael Bostwick is relishing pitting his wits against Tottenham's stars this weekend in the FA Cup.
The League One outfit play host to highly-flying Spurs at Broadhall Way in the fifth round aiming to cause one of the shocks of the competition.
Stevenage dumped out Newcastle in the third round last season and Bostwick is hoping take a second Premier League scalp in the shape of Harry Redknapp's side.
"It is going to be a tough game against Spurs as they are a great side with great players, but it's the FA Cup and anything can happen in the FA Cup," Bostwick told Sky Sports.
"Obviously last year we knocked out Newcastle and we took the game seriously and we will have the same mentality and approach against Spurs.
"These are the type of games you want to play in and test yourself against players like [Gareth] Bale and [Luka] Modric and I know everyone in the squad is up for the game."
Bostwick has warned Spurs they will face an intimidating atmosphere when they come to Broadhall Way and he hopes the club's fans can inspire them to a famous FA Cup giant-killing.
"It would be a shock if we won, but you never know what can happen," added Bostwick.
"Hopefully Spurs will have a bit of an off day and we all play to our maximum and then we could get the victory.
"Broadhall Way is quite an intimidating ground as the crowd are right on top of you and it will be a great atmosphere on Sunday as the fans have been great all season for us at home."