Cambridge United manager Richard Money says that his players will be ready for the visit of League One giants Sheffield United on Sunday after Luke Berry's brace handed them victory over Bury in the first round of the FA Cup.
The midfielder struck twice in the second half to hand the U's the win over their League Two opponents and kick-start scenes of jubilation at the Abbey Stadium.
It means that the Conference leaders will now host former Premier League side Sheffield United in the second round this weekend, and Money says that Cambridge won't be fazed by the task:
– Richard Money, Cambridge United Manager
"This club (Cambridge United) has a tradition in the FA Cup and these players want to make a name for themselves.
"We'll rest up and we'll make sure that we're ready, and we'll try and give them a game."
The 2-1 triumph over Bury was the latest high-point in a remarkable season so far, with Cambridge also looking well placed for promotion to the Football League.
They'll know that in order to continue their dream campaign on Sunday, they'll have to be at their best to beat a team that currently sits two leagues above them, but the U's will take heart from the fact that they are yet to lose at home all season.
Luke Berry's heroics inevitably sparked a series of 'Berry Buries Bury' headlines in today's papers, but Cambridge fans will be hoping that they'll be reading about 'Berry Blunting Blades' come Monday morning.
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