It's a tricky one because it all depends how the game starts and how good you are on the day."We cannot relax
We need to be better on the ball, we need to impose our quality and difference between a Premier League player and a Championship player, it's as simple as that
Then we will see."Poyet will be without midfielder Lee Cattermole, who has a groin injury, but he has a ready-made replacement in Liam Bridcutt following his recovery from concussion.Neil Redfearn is proud of Leeds' history in the FA Cup and hopes he and his players can create some more on Sunday.United's head coach grew up a Leeds fan and experienced the highs and lows of knockout football following his team in the competition.He watched them beat Arsenal to win the 1972 final with an Allan Clarke goal, before they were denied back-to-back successes a year later when they were shocked by Sunderland in an all-time classic.The club has a very different feel about it now to then - owner Massimo Cellino has overseen a cosmopolitan overhaul that was unthinkable when Don Revie and his players were Wembley regulars - but Redfearn claims the club is still focussed on FA Cup glory as it was when he was idolising them on the television."It was a big day for us which would start at 10am with all the interviews and I would be glued to the telly," the 49-year-old recalled
"Being a Leeds fan and knowing about 1972 when we won against Arsenal, and then losing to Sunderland, they're the games that stick in your mind as a youngster."Obviously, the great players that Leeds had, Clarke, (Peter) Lorimer, (Billy) Bremner, these are people that have gone down in legendary history at Leeds United and they add to this romance that this football club has got with the FA Cup, so it's important that we go up to Sunderland give a good account of ourselves."The sides have not met in the cup since that final 42 years ago, and such was Revie's impact at Leeds that Redfearn reckons revenge will still be on the mind of some connected with the club."I would have thought so, I would see it as that," he said."I have to say there are a lot of people here that I have met in my seven years that are associated with the club that associate with the Revie ways."
Source : PA