WREXHAM striker Chris Llewellyn revisits the ground this evening where he notched his first-ever goal for the club and is hoping for a repeat performance to help the Dragons make progress in the Carling Cup.
Championship outfit Sheffield Wednesday provide the first-round opposition at Hillsborough, where Llewellyn got off the mark in his fifth appearance for the Racecourse club back in August 2003.
"I remember the game well," said the former Wales international yesterday. "It was probably one of my better goals, along-range effort from about 25 yards and, with Dennis Lawrence and Carlos Edwards also scoring, we won 3-2.
"It's a great stadium to play at, it was my first goal for Wrexham and it would be great if I could do it again tomorrow evening.
"Since then, of course, they have gone up a division and we have gone down one, so no-one is really expecting us to win, but we are going into the game on
the back of a four-match unbeaten run and we want that to carry on for as long as possible.
"Confidence here is pretty high and we've been playing well, yet we feel there is still more to come, both from individuals and the team as awhole. And even though Sheffield Wednesday haven't had the best of starts, there is a chance they may look at where we are in the Football League and come unstuck as a result."
Wrexham go into tonight's clash on the back of their first away win of the season at Chester last Sunday with at least one change to the Deva Stadium starting line-up following the send-ing-off of central defender Steve Evans, but Llewellyn said the big man's absence was an additional challenge.
"It was abig blow to lose Dennis Lawrence before the Chester game, but we overcame that and, with Steve suspended, we've got to be positive that we can do the same again tomorrow evening," he added.
"Everyone is keen to try and put together a little cup run, which has the potential to be massive for aclub like ours. We saw that happen during our LDV Vans Trophy success a couple of seasons ago, which gave everyone involved ahuge boost and helped the club's finances as well.
"The incentive is there for us to beat Sheffield Wednesday and hope that we get a decent home draw in the next round."
Dragons boss Denis Smith said he would be looking to wide men Mark Jones and Matty Done to carry on from where they left off on Sunday.
"It's important for us to keep scoring goals from all areas of the pitch and those two have an important role to play," he added. "They have both got off the mark this season and Matty won us the penalty at Chester on Sunday.
"The way we are playing as a team gives them the opportunity to get forward and they have got to keep doing it."
Wednesday will not risk striker Deon Burton tonight ahead of Sunday's Yorkshire derby with Leeds United.
But Wednesday boss Paul Sturrock insists he's taking the competition seriously saying: "The chairman has emphasised we need the finance of acup run."