Coleraine striker Gary Browne insists his team will have ‘no fears’ when they face Cliftonville at Solitude in the fifth round of the Irish Cup on January 11.
The Bannsiders, who have slumped to ninth in the Premiership table following a horrible sequence of results, are targeting a cup run to get their campaign back on track.
“It’s always a difficult game going to Solitude,” said the former Linfield man.
“We can take a bit of confidence from the fact that we went there at the start of the season and defeated them in a league game that was shown live on Sky Television.
“If we can produce that type of performance, we’ll be in with a chance of winning it.
“It would be fair to say that are low in confidence, at the moment,” added Brown.
“In saying that, we have shown a bit more character and fight over the past few games against Linfield and Portadown, two teams in the top six.
“Even through results haven’t gone our way in both occasions, the confidence is gradually coming back into the side. There is a bit of grit and determination about us again, but we have to learn to stop making errors.”