Bodmin Town boss Darren Gilbert says the club are proud to be Cornwall's last surviving club in the FA Vase.
Gilbert's side face a fourth-round clash with Brightlingsea Regent, who have hit the headlines after buying a stand for their ground from eBay.
They beat Bemerton Heath Harlequins 4-2 in the second round proper, before a 3-2 away win at Kidlington.
"It's really good for Cornwall we're still in it. It's a good challenge for us," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"They look a good side. They look physical and they look strong.
"If we turn up like we can turn up, we'll give them a game.
"We're not going to go up there and play safe. We're going to give it a good shot."
Bodmin were knocked out in the fifth round last year, following a 1-0 defeat at home by Gornal Athletic.