Goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen is hoping Bolton Wanderers can take their minds off their Premier League struggles with an FA Cup run.
The Trotters are second bottom of the league table following a disappointing campaign, but play host to Tottenham at the Reebok Stadium in the fifth round of the cup on Sunday.
"It's a good time to play Spurs because we can take our mind off the league," he told the club's official website. "We don't want a replay so hopefully we can go all out and try and get the win.
"It's a massive game because if we win then we are in the quarter-finals - and in my time at the club most of my favourite personal memories have come from games in cup competitions.
"It would be nice if I could win a trophy with Bolton because we have come close in the past. We have been playing well in the home games - even when we lost 2-0 against Arsenal, we deserved something.
"But the main thing is that we keep performing and playing well. Sometimes in football luck doesn't go your way - and it hasn't recently - but you have to keep believing that it is the right way to do it.
"We have to start winning games in the league, but Sunday is now the main focus because it's our next match and we take it one at a time."