Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon insists his players will have to be on top of their game to have any chance of beating Celtic on Sunday.
Fenlon's men return to Hampden for their second successive Scottish Cup final, looking to make amends for last season's capitulation to Hearts.
Much of the focus in the build-up to the game has been on on-loan forward Leigh Griffiths, but Fenlon believes his entire team will have to make a positive contribution to have any chance of success.
"To beat Celtic, we've got to have most of our players on their game. It's really important," Fenlon said. "Leigh doesn't score goals on his own. They don't just happen.
"We've got to have everybody involved and contributing to the goals, whether it's attacking wise or defensive wise."
A question mark remains over whether Griffiths will return to parent club Wolves in the summer or spend another season at Easter Road, but Fenlon claims he has no idea how that situation will develop.
"I don't know, it's not something I'm thinking about to be honest," Fenlon added. "I've got a bit more to think about than that. I'm not too sure on that one."