Jamie Clapham says Notts County are in confident mood ahead of their FA Cup clash with Fulham this weekend.

Roy Hodgson is a great manager and Fulham are a different proposition. They are going well in the Premier League, they have good players. They have got threats throughout their team.

A bonus for us is that AJ (Andrew Johnson) is going to be out, he’s just had a knee op. But I’m sure he will be replaced by a quality striker. It will be totally different to Wigan and I think Fulham will play a different shape.

We’ll have to see how we go. We obviously want to get promoted and push up the league but it’s another chance for everyone to impress against a good team.

I hope there is a big crowd there because it will make it a proper cup tie. I don’t know what kind of crowds the rest of the lads have played in front of before but when you play in full stadiums it’s great to be out there. I’ve played in the San Siro and at Wembley in play-off finals, in front of almost 80,000, and it’s an incredible feeling.

It’s a great achievement for us to get to the fifth round of the Cup. It’s the furthest I’ve ever got in my career so these runs don’t happen very often. We have got to make the most of it, and savour every minute of playing against top teams and in front of big crowds.