IT'S difficult to know who's more excited about a game against Harry Kane, Gareth Bale and Heung Min Son.
Wycombe Wanderers' Scottish defender Jack Grimmer.
Or his big mate Dave from Elgin, who just happens to be a Tottenham Hotspur diehard.
Tomorrow night, Jose Mourinho's all-star squad head to Adams Park for the most intriguing tie in the FA Cup fourth round.
For former Aberdeen kid Grimmer, it's a chance to test himself against some of the best players in the world.
For Championship outfit Wycombe, there's a potential giant killing on the cards.
And for Grimmer's pal up north, there might even be the opportunity – Covid permitting – to nab something off Mourinho or his multi-million pound players.
The Scot turns 27 on Monday night and he's hoping for the best birthday present ever – a shock victory over the Premier League high flyers.
As he looked forward to the game, Grimmer told Mailsport: “With it being my birthday, I'm hoping for a bit of luck – maybe I can even nick a goal against them.
“I'm looking forward to it. My mate, Dave McKenzie, up in Elgin is a massive Tottenham fan.
“He's always hoped that, at some point in my career, I'd play against Spurs.
“So to get them this season in the FA Cup is extra special.
“Dave's dad is from London and they've been Spurs fans their whole life.
“They've not had the best of times over the years, obviously. Growing up, I was a Manchester United fan so I always had a lot more to celebrate than him.
“But he was buzzing when the draw was made. My reaction was probably more for him than anything else. It'll be a special night on Monday.
“It's difficult with Covid in terms of swapping shirts. We're not even allowed to celebrate with our team-mates now.
“But I'll do my best to try and grab him something after the game.”
A lot of players would endure a sleepless night thinking about the prospect of Bale and Son running at you.
But Grimmer, who has played against the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea in the cup before, is relishing the challenge.
And such is his admiration for Mourinho, that a win over Spurs would be extra special.
He said: “I could be up against either Son or Bale on my side of the pitch if I'm playing. But what a great thought that is.
“You want to test yourself against the best and it's a free hit for us.
“No-one expects us to get anything from the game. We just hope the magic of the FA Cup is there on the night and we get a bit of fortune.
“Bale is a four-time Champions League winner but he can't get into their team. That shows the depth they've got – it's incredible.
“They've also got guys like Lucas Moura, who hasn't been playing. But he was the guy who got them to a Champions League Final a couple of years ago with the goals against Ajax.
“So it's insane when you think about it.
“Mourinho being the manager makes it special as well. Because he's such a character, he's a guy you want to come across in your career.
“I've actually played against his team before when he was at Chelsea. We nearly beat them in the cup with Shrewsbury Town.
“It was 1-1 late on and they managed to nick a goal at the end.
“So having that experience of going up against a Jose team is something I relish.
“That's another reason I was so glad to get Spurs.
“I played against Man United a few years ago and it's one of the games I've LEAST enjoyed – because they really needed a result.
“They turned up and kept the ball for 90 minutes. It was a real lesson for us that day and an eye opener for myself.
“But against Spurs, I hope we can make it a lot more competitive.”
Grimmer left Pittodrie for Fulham when he was a teenager after making his Dons debut at just 16.
And unlike a lot of young Scots who head south, he's been successful. His defensive stats are up there with the best full-backs in the country.
He spent five years at Craven Cottage, which included a lengthy loan spell at Shrewsbury, before signing for Coventry City.
In 2018, he enjoyed play-off success at Wembley to get them promoted – then repeated the feat for Wycombe last year.
He might not get much recognition up north but Grimmer admits that he'd love to finish his career in Scotland.
He said: “I feel proud of what I've achieved in England so far. A lot of Scots are either unsuccessful down here – or come for a couple of years before going back to Scotland.
“I'm proud that I've stuck it out and made a life for myself here.
“The two promotions were huge for me. You don't have to be winning Premier Leagues.
“The League Two promotions were just as special because of the amount of work put into achieving them.
“Those are the nights and the medals I'll remember. I'm pleased with what I've done so far and I'm still only 26.
“That blows my mind sometimes because I feel I should be approaching 30 quicker than I am.
“But if my body is still right I could have 10 years left in the game, which is a really exciting thought.
“I want to keep going for as long as possible.
“I'd love my career to bring me back to Scotland at some point. I left at such a young age so didn't fully appreciate what the game is like up there.
“You can't beat the passion in Scotland. I know English people are passionate as well but there are a lot less clubs, with bigger fanbases up the road. I want to experience that again if I can.
“Hopefully I'm doing well enough down here that one day someone will take a punt on me back home.”
JACK GRIMMER has his sights set on gate-crashing Scotland's Euro 2020 squad.
The Wycombe Wanderers right-back has excelled in the English Championship this season and will go up against Spurs in the FA Cup tomorrow night.
Grimmer has enjoyed a successful spell down south at Fulham, Coventry City and now at Adams Park.
And he's desperate to catch the eye of Scotland gaffer Steve Clarke ahead of our first major finals appearance in 23 years this summer.
Currently, Motherwell defender Stephen O'Donnell and Sheffield Wednesday's Liam Palmer are vying for the right full-back position.
But Grimmer is adamant that if he can continue to impress for Wycombe, he can challenge that pair for caps.
He told Mailsport: “Our gaffer, Gareth Ainsworth, knows Steve Clarke and he's mentioned my name a few times to him.
“An international call-up is always in my mind.
“Playing for Scotland is something I was fortunate enough to do at the younger age groups.
“Representing my country means a lot to me. And whenever you get a taste for it, you want more.
“Watching the boys in Serbia and that unbelievable night when we qualified for the Euros, you just want to be part of it.
“It's definitely something I've got an eye on. All I can do is play my best and hopefully I might get picked.
“A lot of boys will have their minds set on it.
“Marking Gareth Bale out of the game on Monday night might help my cause!
“That's a prime opportunity to show everyone what I'm about by putting in a good performance.”