STRIKER Jonny Stuttle insists Cherries have “got a good shot” of causing another FA Youth Cup upset, when they hit the road to  face Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow.

Cherries have picked up two impressive wins on the road already in the competition, beating West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns, before incredibly thrashing Newcastle United 5-0 at St James’s Park.

They now face another category one academy in Tottenham Hotspur, at AFC Wimbledon’s Cherry Red Records Stadium (7pm).

Looking ahead to the contest, Stuttle, who scored a hat-trick against Newcastle in the last round, told the Daily Echo: “It’s going to be a tough place to go and they’re going to be a well set up team.

“But I think we’ve got everything we need in our team that we can beat them.

“I think we’ve got the quality, the mentality and the momentum as well, obviously winning two games in the rounds before.

“I really think we’ve got a good shot at it.”

After the win at Newcastle, head coach of the first team, Andoni Iraola, namechecked Stuttle for his goals in that victory.

Asked what it was like to know he was on the radar of Iraola, Stuttle said: “It’s always nice to hear.

“Obviously having such a big figure in the club like that talk about you in an interview that’s going out to the public is always nice. It’s a real confidence booster.”

Reflecting on the 5-0 win at Newcastle, Stuttle added: “It didn’t really sink in to me, to be honest.

“Obviously I scored the three goals, but it didn’t really hit me until the morning after when I woke up and I had the match ball next to me! That was a real nice moment.

“Obviously there’s a lot of media coverage on it and that’s always nice. But it was a bit surreal.”

Asked if he has found a home for his match ball, Stuttle said: “Yes, it’s up on a little stand in my room, with everyone’s signatures on it.”