JAMIE Vermiglio said that whatever happens against Wolves in their FA Cup fourth round clash tonight his Chorley players should have no regrets.

The Magpies boss recalls a first round meeting against Doncaster Rovers two seasons ago as the one that got away where they twice led only to be held to a 2-2 draw before losing the replay 7-0 at the Keepmoat Stadium.

"We don't want regrets, without doubt," said Vermiglio. "We went in to a game a couple of years ago against Doncaster, took an early lead, we looked like we could go on and win the game, we went down to 10 men, they got back in it, it was 2-2 but you get a real sense of belief.

"You then go away to Doncaster and you think 'come on we can do it' but then by about the 15th minute every single player on the pitch, including me standing on the side, are looking at the clock thinking 90 minutes please hurry up, don't go past 10 because we got absolutely battered and there is always a little worry in the back of your mind it could be that."

Vermiglio said that the players' "natural pride" means they will do their all against their Premier League visitors.

"We want to do ourselves proud first and foremost and do the town proud and everyone associated with the club and I think everyone is, irrelevant of the score," he added.

"I know the players have got a little bit of hope and pride, natural pride about them and they are going in to this game full of

confidence and we are going to give it everything."

Having beaten Gateshead and York City in the qualifying rounds, Chorley hit the headlines with a high profile 3-2 win at Wigan Athletic in the first round.

They beat Farsley Celtic by the same scoreline in the league on Saturday, not as high profile but equally as important according to the Chorley boss.

"Going in to a big game like this, getting that result, gives us that little bit of confidence," he said.

"The spirit is already high and I don't need to raise any spirits or raise morale that is already there.

"The lads are laughing and joking and I don't need to pick anyone up so they are absolutely ready for the game. They could not be in any better mindset for it, especially with the games that have come before.

"The Wigan game, that was the one that has really given the lads confidence.

"We probably caught Wigan at a bit of a bad time, I'll take that, and we were fortunate with the Derby game and how that came about for us but it doesn't really matter, we have beaten the teams that we have been up against and we are going in to this one with a lot of confidence."

Coverage of the game, a 7.45pm kick-off, begins on BT Sport from 7pm. The tie will go to extra-time and penalties, if needed, if it is level after 90 minutes.