Simon Mensing believes Hamilton can get the best of SPL side St Mirren when the teams meet in their Scottish Cup replay.
Billy Reid’s side held out for a goalless draw in Paisley and will face each other again on January 17 at New Douglas Park for a place in the fifth round.
And midfielder Mensing believes Accies can spring a surprise.
He said: "The replay is a home game so we'll maybe approach it a little bit differently.
"This was a good result - for us to come here and play an SPL team and get a draw and another crack at them is excellent.
"We put in a lot of hard work and at times had a lot of the ball, especially in the first half; it was a good team performance and it's a massive result, especially for the confidence.
"We'll look forward to the replay; we had a good result last week [at Queen of the South] and this draw, so hopefully we can start kicking on from there in the league."
Mensing saw team-mate David Hutton pull off a number of saves to deny the Buddies with Paul McGowan impressing for the home side.
And Mensing was pleased to see both play well, adding: "I was glad to see David come in and do well; I thought he was excellent and deserves all the plaudits that he gets as he commanded the defence well and the defence were very good today.
"Playing against Paul is a hard task as he's a good little player; he's quick and you can see he's central to a lot of what they do.
"The gaffer said to keep an eye on him; that can be quite hard at times as he's a tricky player but we got the result and we're happy with that."