Tuncay Korkmaz wants Deeping Rangers to have no regrets over their efforts at home to Heanor Town on Saturday in the FA Vase third round.
The Derbyshire club are fourth in the Toolstation Northern Counties League’s Premier Division and were knocked out of the FA Cup at Spalding United with a 1-0 defeat in August.
Deeping boss Korkmaz said: “We don’t know much about them but we had them watched last Saturday so I will find out more before the game.
“They are a good side who look well placed to aim for promotion.
“Being at home should be an advantage for us but we won’t be too arrogant by saying we can go all the way to Wembley.
“It would be nice to stay in the competition for as long as we can because the FA Vase is the FA Cup at our level and very important to us.
“We know our strengths and limitations going into the game.
“Hopefully we will be good enough to win but we have to make sure that we give our all and we don’t want to have any regrets at the final whistle.”