AFC Telford United manager Liam Watson tells BBC Radio Shropshire that "anything is possible" going into Sunday's FA Cup second-round tie at Bristol City.
The Bucks, bottom of the Conference, are long odds to beat the League One leaders, who are 71 places above them in the English football pyramid.
But Watson points out that the old Telford United, who evolved into AFC Telford 10 years ago, have a proud cup tradition.
"It's the biggest FA Cup game since the club reformed," he said. "We go there without any pressure on us. If we do things right then, you never know - I do believe South Korea beat Italy in the World Cup, so anything is possible."