LUTON Town manager Paul Buckle says victory against Millwall in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday would go down in club history.
The Hatters are one step away from reaching the last eight of the competition and welcome the Lions to Kenilworth Road having already knocked out Wolves and Norwich City.
And Buckle believes the televised tie could prove to be a landmark day for the non-league side. He said: "Can we get through the quarter finals? Yes we can, we've earned the right to be here.
"If we give it everything we've got, which the players will do, and we have an awful lot of luck, we've got a real chance.
"The game on Saturday is a chance to make history. The game is at home, where we have a terrific record this season, and we will all go down in history at this club if we pull it off.
"The cameras are turning up on Saturday because they think there could be an upset – and it would be a huge upset. Not only that, the quarter finals are there and so we can make history.
"I was hugely proud of the performance and everything that went with it against Norwich and in the third round against Wolves. This is another massive game."
Luton suffered a 1-0 defeat to Dartford on Tuesday and Buckle admits it has been tough juggling a cup fun with a push for promotion back to the Football League.
"We've got a situation where we've been playing Saturday-Tuesday and it is not easy to deal with," he said. "We can't change that and we've got to find a way of dealing with that.
"It is going to be an electric atmosphere and there's going to be a massive buzz around the place. We've only had two days to prepare.
"The players were in on Wednesday for a cool down, we trained well on Thursday and now we are into it. We haven't had the luxury that Millwall have had – they've had a whole week.
"We're the massive underdog but we've got to make that count. We've got to pour some pressure on them and stay in the game."