Our tour of England in the prestigious competition continues tonight with a fifth round tie against Leeds United at Elland Road.
We've already been successful at Walsall and Bolton in the Under-18 tournament. "It's another big test, another away game, another long trip and another great stadium for the boys to play in," said boss Pat.
"It's a great experience for them and, hopefully, one day they'll return and play in front of a packed house."
Leeds are certainly a club of youth pedigree with the likes of Woodgate, Smith, Harte and McPhail all progressing through the ranks.
"They have a reputation of producing young players and it's a big challenge for our lads up there," said Pat. "I've watched tapes of them and they have one or two decent players.
"They are well organised and it will be a difficult game but it's something the lads have to get used to."
Pat Holland reckons clocking up the miles in the FA Youth Cup is a great experience for our Academy boys.