Huddersfield defender Christopher Schindler has said his side have "the confidence to take something" from their match at Liverpool next weekend.
Speaking to kicker after Saturday's 2-1 home win over Manchester United, the 27-year-old said Huddersfield "now have the certainty we can also resist against the big teams."
The win over United was their first since the 1951-1952 season, leaving them only one point behind Liverpool.
Asked about the first meeting between Huddersfield boss David Wagner and his close friend Jurgen Klopp, Schindler said: "The atmosphere there will be gigantic, but we have the confidence to take something.
"Wembley, the promotion [last season's Championship playoff final win in which Schindler scored the winning penalty], remains the biggest thing.
"But it conjures a smile on our faces to be able to play against teams like Tottenham, City, United and Liverpool, and it's of course a giant success if we are rewarded for our efforts."