Goalkeeper Ross Worner framed Arsenal FA Cup shirts for Sutton United team-mates - now he could be doing the same for Hawks players
Worner is one of several of the Hawks' squad likely to be unfazed by the occasion and what could be in store should they progress.
The U's might have been unable to spring one of the biggest shocks in the tournament’s history - losing 2-0 - but the players got the chance to grab the shirt of one of Arsene Wenger's stars at full-time.
It meant Worner was framing the tops worn by big names such as Alexis Sanchez, Alex Iwobi and Shkodran Mustafi for his Sutton team-mates in the weeks that followed.
And should the Hawks put themselves in the third round hat alongside Premier League and Championship clubs, he is predicting players could be asking him the same again this season.
‘When I was at Sutton we had a good run and we had a good shirt framing run as well!,' joked Worner.
‘I was running that (memorabilia framing business) alongside it and all the boys wanted it done.
‘As soon as we’d played the Arsenal game everyone wanted their shirt with an Arsenal shirt put in a frame.
‘I done Sanchez’s shirt, Iwobi, Mustafi and I got (Rob) Holding’s shirt - I wanted (David) Ospina’s but couldn’t get hold of it.
'The lads were just saying to me, ‘put it with my Sutton shirt and that’s going up on the wall.’
‘It’s always nice to get that stuff in because it gets to go on the website and you’re getting match-worn shirts in.
'Fingers crossed, we can get through and get a big team.'
But Worner insisted the Hawks are not focusing their attention any further ahead then Sunday's trip to Northern Premier League Division One North West outfit Marine.
The Merseysiders dumped out League Two Colchester on penalties in the previous round Meanwhile, Doswell's side were pushed all the way by another team from two divisions below them - Cray Valley Paper Mills - before running out 1-0 victors.
'In the FA Cup anything can happen,' warned Worner.
‘You’ve seen it with us getting through when we were at Sutton, we got to the fifth round and we beat league clubs.
'Football is a funny old game and anything can happen on the day.
'We’ve just got to make sure when we go we put a good performance in and don’t take anything lightly, because it’s not going to be an easy game.'