Bristol Rovers boss Paul Buckle said his side were delighted with the "wonderful" FA Cup draw which will see them face Aston Villa.
Buckle's side thrashed Totton 6-1 on Sunday and will host the Premier League side for the third round fixture.
He told BBC Radio Bristol: "We're delighted. The players' faces lit up. It's a cracking draw.
"The first thing you want is a Premier League club and the chance for them to come here will be wonderful."
Buckle continued: "They'll be no pressure on us whatsoever. It will be a day we can all enjoy.
"We'll obviously go for it as much as we can. A lot of people have doubted the side in terms of results but I know what we've got in the dressing room.
"We'd dearly love to add to it in the [transfer] window - hopefully we'll have a chance to do that - but the players got the results for all their hard work."
The Rovers boss also praised the clinical manner of his side's victory against Totton, adding: "Everything was against us, there was no pressure on them.
"I really think they fancied their chances. A lot of people felt that there was going to be an upset here but I know what characters we've got.
"We spoilt the party badly and there were a few people behind us abusing us and swearing. Football grounds need to sort that out, it's not on."