He said: "This is a game you really want to play in as the stadium will be full and Arsenal are a huge club.
"It might be their reserves who play, but they have shown what very good players they are – they beat Sheffield United 6-0 in the last round.
"Maybe not many people expect us to win at Arsenal, but we can play without any fear.
"Last season we held them to a 0-0 draw at our place, while they only scored two late goals to beat us there. If we play to our potential, there's no reason why we can't win."