Brett Johnson does not think AFC Wimbledon can use their recent win over Bradford to their advantage when the two sides face each other in the FA Cup.
The Dons came away from the Coral Windows Stadium with three points following a 2-1 victory at the end of September.
But Johnson has warned against complacency, insisting the second-round clash is a separate occasion.
"This will be a one-off game," he told the Hounslow Chronicle. "The league win means nothing as it will probably be two different sides out for the cup game.
"Things like injuries, loan players, cup-tied players and changes of tactics mean there is no point in looking back at how we beat Bradford last time, it will probably be a different line-up and a different game."