Bring on the big boys, roars King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell ahead of FA Cup draw on TalkSPORT

FA cup action from King's Lynn Town v Lancaster City at The Walks - A happy Lynn manager Gary Setche

FA cup action from King's Lynn Town v Lancaster City at The Walks - A happy Lynn manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

Gary Setchell insists he does not want King's Lynn Town to avoid a non-league giant in today's FA Cup fourth qualifying round draw.

Conference Premier clubs enter the competition at this stage with the Linnets needing just one more victory to reach the first round proper. However, Lynn's boss would rather face someone from the semi-professional top flight rather than a team further down the pyramid for the chance to land a potential money-spinning clash against a Football League outfit. Setchell, whose troops beat lower-level Lancaster City 3-2 at The Walks on Saturday, said: 'I hope we get a higher-level team at home in the draw. We're better when we're the underdog.

'We're better when our backs are against the wall. We're better when we know we've got to step up and we're really up against it.

'On Saturday, at 3-0 against lower-league opposition with 10 men, we took our foot off the gas.

'And we didn't do that against Hednesford (last round) and the teams we played in our FA Trophy run (2012/13). So I hope we get a higher-level team, at home, and we can put on a bit more of a spectacle than what we did at the weekend.'

The Linnets will learn their fate when the balls are pulled out of the hat for the penultimate qualifying round live on radio station Talksport from 10.30am.