Norwich manager Chris Hughton insists there is no danger of his team taking Scunthorpe lightly in their Capital One Cup clash.
Norwich were one of nine Premier League clubs to land a home tie in the second round, having been drawn against the great escape artists from League One who toppled Derby on penalties on Tuesday night.
Scunthorpe survived the first round after battling back from 3-0 and then 5-3 down to force extra time with two injury-time goals.
That achievement impressed Hughton, who was relieved to get a home draw but will not underestimate the Iron at Carrow Road.
Hughton told the official Norwich website: "If you need any reference as to what sort of opposition we will be up against you just have to look at their thrilling game against Derby County in the first round.
"They showed resilience and persistence to come back from behind and eventually win the tie on penalties and I'm sure they'll come here in the same spirit.
"Credit to Scunthorpe for their performance and will to win and we will look forward to welcoming them here to Carrow Road.
"I'm delighted to get a home tie and it gives the fans the opportunity to watch their team in the cup."
Thirteen Premier League clubs - all those not involved in European competition - enter the competition in the second round and were kept apart from each other in the draw.
Five-time League Cup winners Aston Villa will host Tranmere while Paolo Di Canio's Swindon, who beat Brighton last night, travel to Stoke.
"Stoke are a Premier League side and it is a draw we will take," Di Canio told Swindon's official website.
"I am more than happy because it will be another good test for us to build the confidence of the players against a top team.
"We can test ourselves against top-level players and that can help us build the winning mentality we want at the club.
"Only through hard tests can you build strength in the brain and gain confidence. This draw can help us to make progress this season and we are looking forward to it."
Swansea, QPR, Everton and Sunderland all received home draws, against Barnsley, Walsall, Leyton Orient and Morecambe respectively.
Fulham will travel to Sheffield Wednesday while Wigan head to the City Ground to face Nottingham Forest and West Brom were drawn away at Yeovil.
Of the Premier League's promoted teams, Southampton travel to Stevenage, Reading host Peterborough and West Ham tackle Crewe at Upton Park.