ACCRINGTON Stanley captain Peter Cavanagh is hoping to outstrip Carlisle in the Johnstone Paints Trophy on Tuesday night.
The Reds take on the well-supported League One side at the Fraser Eagle Stadium in the first round of the newly-named cup - formerly the LDV Vans Trophy.
"While we are never going to win the FA Cup, this is a trophy we can win," said the captain. "I always wanted to win the FA Trophy when we were a Non-League side so now I would love to win this one.
"We know Carlisle from two years ago when we were both in the Conference and they have done really well since then. They are a fair way above us but we are at home and we feel we can beat them - and hopefully go on and do well in the competition."
Striker Paul Mullin said: "It is a no pressure game for us really and some of the League One sides might not take it as seriously so hopefully it will be a good game. The final is somewhere like the Millennium Stadium so there is a huge incentive there."