Lincoln City manager David Holdsworth has hinted he will keep faith with the team that impressed in the 4-2 win over Wrexham when they begin their FA Cup journey on Saturday.
Holdsworth, whose side host FC Halifax Town in the fourth qualifying round, told BBC Lincolnshire: "It would be very difficult to leave anybody out.
"It was a fantastic performance."
The Imps climbed out of the Blues Square Bet Premier relegation zone following their victory in Wales.
And Holdsworth is hoping for the reward of a tie against Football League opposition if they overcome Halifax and make it three games unbeaten.
"It's is a fantastic competition and the opportunity to go further would be great," he said.
"Getting a high-profile club [if Lincoln can progress] would be great financially.
"Every non-league club dreams about coming up against high-profile opposition. The FA Cup is where dreams are made."