Hartlepool boss Mick Wadsworth said he was relishing the FA Cup first-round replay at Vauxhall Motors after the goalless draw at Victoria Park.
There are 74 places between the Conference North side and their League One opponents but it counted for little and the teams must replay a week on Tuesday.
Pools missed a stack of early chances with Antony Sweeney the biggest culprit, and Wadsworth said: "We had most of the play, most chances and we have all seen this before.
"We have seen them, played them and we will be more switched on second time around. On another day we score the goals - but we are still in the cup and we go there to win.
"I'm not worried about having to go there, it's tough and we will pay them respect. They stuck in, had a bit of luck and were good. But it was our game to win and we haven't.
"We aren't going away to Arsenal or Chelsea, but we are going to Vauxhall Motors, a very good non-league team and we have a good chance of making the second round."