STANLEY keeper Ian Dunbavin knows all about FA Cup runs – and admits it would be a dream to take the Reds into the later rounds.
In the past five years, Stanley have never got past round one but the 29-year-old knows the anticipation and excitement which goes with a big draw.
He was part of the Shrewsbury side who saw off Premiership Everton 2-1 before losing to big guns Chelsea in 2003/4.
"As a kid you dream of playing in the FA Cup, on television, and that was a great experience," said the stopper.
"Beating Everton was the high point of my football career, especially being from Liverpool and being at Anfield from the age of 13 and most of my family and friends support Liverpool.
"I remember, at Shrewsbury, all standing around waiting for the draw and when Everton came up none of us could believe it.
"At first you think "oh no" but then you realise it’s a chance to make money for the club and that you have nothing to lose.
"It was a fantastic feeling beating them and that’s what the FA¿Cup is all about.
"Once you get through the first and second rounds, it is huge and it is so important to get through those early rounds.
"Then, after beating Everton, you don’t think you could get such a good draw twice and we got Chelsea at home.
"It was live on Match of the Day and that’s what you dream about. They had a lot of stars and I think adrenalin gets you through the opening bit and then Zola scored just before half-time and they gave us the run-around and won 4-0."
He knows Salisbury won’t be an easy game tomorrow but is hopeful the Reds can put on a show.
"I am my own worst critic and I was disappointed with the late goal I conceded at Grimsby but we are doing well at the moment.
"There is a lot at stake tomorrow with the prize money and the chance to progress and obviously it is a knock-out competition so there is more pressure.
"If it comes to penalties, I am quite confident as all the pressure is on the penalty taker but hopefully it won’t come to that and we can beat Salisbury tomorrow."
Any replay would be week commencing 16 November.
The second round draw is on Sunday, live on ITV1 after the lunch-time televised game.