Aberystwyth Town Women manager Gavin Allen is taking nothing for granted as his side prepare for two cup games in the space of four days.
On Thursday night, they face Tregaron Turfs at Park Avenue in the first round of the Central Wales Cup, and then travel to Cardiff Wanderers in the last 16 of the Adran Trophy on Sunday.
"In the cup, anything can happen on the day," he said. "We have to be professional to progress to the next round."
But he added that he has faith in his players to get the job done - despite the tight turnaround.
"It's been a fantastic couple of weeks for the girls," he said. "A draw with Swansea and a couple of wins and the confidence is developing.
"After changing our system, I think we're looking good in all departments. Defensively we look strong, we're winning the first balls and the second balls. What's been evident is our attacking process, we do look as if we're causing problems and about to score every time."
And although the Seasiders are focused on the cups this week, he thinks his team are well placed to make moves in the league as well.
"We're still in the mix," he said. "Our goal was to be in the top four and we have some crucial games coming up, with two of the big three coming to Aberystwyth [in January]. I've got full belief in our squad."