Jamie O'Hara sees Thursday night's quarter-final at Watford as our biggest challenge yet in this season's FA Youth Cup run.
That's saying something with the lads leaving it late to topple Nottingham Forest before travelling to Anfield and beating Liverpool on penalties and then putting out highly-fancied Everton at the Lane.
All three of those games were against unfamiliar opposition but this time the lads know exactly what they are up against - Watford have the upper hand with two wins in league action this season.
Midfielder Jamie, on target against Everton, said: "In terms of getting a result, this is the biggest challenge.
"Watford are a battling side, they play as a team, they get about the park and they have a lot of runners off the ball.
"They will be strong but we don't look like conceding in the Youth Cup and we always look like getting through.
"Watford can play and when we've played them it's been scrappy. They might play it longer and we'll have to deal with it. We have to get around each other, encourage and give it everything.
"This is all about getting a result. Pat (Holland) believes we've got a good chance, the lads believe it and if we get through this game, who knows?"