The beleaguered Barnet boss Mark Stimson is hoping for some cup cheer after another tough week at Underhill.
The injury-hit Bees are bottom of the Football League after back-to-back defeats by Shrewsbury and Stimson's old club Stevenage.
An FA Cup visit from Charlton offers some respite from their league woes and Stimson is determined to make the most of it.
"Hopefully, our cup tie against Charlton comes at a good time," he said.
"If you get a win in the cup it's money in the pot, which would be massive for this football club as we're desperate for it."