Hearts defender Andy Webster is convinced the Jambos can still pull off a shock win over Liverpool.
The Scottish side trail the Barclays Premier League giants 1-0 heading into the second leg of their Europa League qualifying round play-off after Webster scored at the wrong end at Tynecastle last week.
Webster expects the task to be tougher as the tie moves to Anfield but he insists it is not impossible.
The 30-year-old Scotland international said: "It'll be an extremely tough game. We found that out last Thursday night. We know coming away from home it is going to be as hard, if not harder.
"They are a top-quality opposition but we went about our business in the correct manner. We put our gameplan in place and did very well. I think we can take confidence from that.
"From the scoreline point of view, we are obviously still very much in this tie. If we do get an opportunity hopefully we are able to score. We know it is going to be extremely difficult but it is something we are looking forward to. It is a great challenge for us."
Hearts matched Liverpool for much of the first encounter but Reds boss Brendan Rodgers had opted to rest some of his bigger names, including captain Steven Gerrard and forward Luis Suarez.
With the second leg at home, Rodgers has hinted at using some of those players this time, despite the proximity of a visit from Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday.
Webster, who failed to make an impression during a two-year spell at Wigan, said: "It's a great place to come to play football, a great football club, great tradition.
"When you play at the top level you want to play against the best and test yourself against the best. That is the only way you improve and you learn."