Cliftonville manager Tommy Breslin insists his side will adopt the right approach ahead of Saturday’s Irish Cup clash with Kilmore Rec.
The Premiership table toppers are massive 1/16 favourites to see off the challenge of the Amateur League underdogs.
Cliftonville’s only downfall could be a lack of complacency, but boss Breslin has dismissed such suggestions.
“People talk about us being in the right frame of mind for this game – but we have been mentally sound all season,” Breslin said.
“The players know what they have to do and they know they need to be professional in every game.
“I think that is why we have got as far as we have this season, and Saturday is no different.”
Kilmore boss Gary Kennedy used to ply his trade with Cliftonville, as did Mark Holland and Peter Telford.
Breslin believes all will be out to cause a shock against their old club.
“Some of their lads know Cliftonville very well and they would love nothing more than to put one over us, but we will be out to stop them,” Breslin added.