Aldershot Town striker Jack Barham is hoping the Shots can deliver another memorable result in the FA Cup on Sunday.

The Shots won 7-4 at League Two Swindon Town in the first round proper of this season's FA Cup, and will host League Two leaders Stockport County in the second round proper on Sunday (2pm).

Barham is expecting a tough test for the Shots, but he insists they can go into the tie in a confident frame of mind.

"We know it's going to be a tough test, but we back ourselves when we're at home," said Barham.

"No one backed us to get anything from the Swindon game in the last round – but we showed the quality we've got in our side.

"We're doing really well and hopefully we put another good performance in. It could be a good day for the football club – like it was in the last round.

"Stockport are favourites, so we know we've got to be on our A game. If we can show people what we're capable of then hopefully at the end of the game we'll be the ones cheering and looking forward to the next round.

"It's going to be a good occasion for the football club. If the boys do well there's a bigger audience in the FA Cup – there's a lot more eyes that watch.

"We know we're playing well this season, so we're not going to fear anyone. Hopefully we can take it that one step further.

"We've got a really good bond in the squad this season – I think it's showing on the pitch. We've got a lot of young talent in the squad and we've got some experienced boys as well – it's a good blend.

"The gaffer's got us playing how he wants to play. It's clicking at the moment – long may that continue.

"We know how much quality we've got in our side, but we've got to respect what Stockport have got as well. They're top of League Two for a reason.

"We know how good we've been at home – they'll be looking at that and they'll know it isn't going to be an easy day for them.

"We're going to go out there and give everything we've got."