A PLACE in the first round proper of the FA Cup awaits the Motormen if they can overcome Lancaster City at the Giant Axe on Saturday.
Vauxhall Motors, who had never won an FA Cup match until last month, are now potentially just 90 minutes away from facing Football League clubs.
But they will have their work cut out as they travel to a side who have not lost a single league match throughout the entire campaign.
The two teams have already met once this season as the Dolly Blues won 2-0 back in August.
It was a game in which the Motormen made most of the running and dominated for long periods but were unable to convert their chances.
That was Vauxhall's first away match in the Premier Division but with a couple of months of experience now under their belt there is always the chance of an upset on Saturday.
Manager Alvin McDonald said: 'It's a massive game and last time we played well up there but did not get the result we deserved.
'I'd settle now for playing as well as we did that day and if we create the same kind of chances I don't think the outcome will be the same.
'Some people have not given us the credit we deserve for our performances and have forgotten how far we've come.
'Things have been a bit stop-start with injuries but after four successive victories I can't wait to see us hit form.
'If we were an engine, we're not purring but we're certainly not stuttering, we keep trying to tune ourselves to perfection.'
* Vauxhall will be back at Rivacre Park on Tuesday (7.45pm) for a derby match against Runcorn unless Saturday's FA Cup tie ends in a draw, in which case Lancaster City will be the visitors.