"It's a big game for us," said the former United keeper, who played alongside the Class of '92 who now own Salford City.
"They have got some good players there, and it will be a tough one. But hopefully we can get a good result and progress to the next round.
"No way are we underestimating them at all, they will be up for it. It's the biggest game in their history."
When asked about his time at United, he added:
"There's not a moment I regret. I gave it everything I had, and I still give it everything I have got.
"For one reason or another, it didn't get to that level. But I've had a good career. It's still going.
"I've loved working in football, for Notts County. I'm privileged to have done what I have done."