Di Canio puts faith in his Swindon for more giant-killing joy.
The Robins have made a splash in all three cup competitions this season, having beaten higher-level opposition five times.
Their biggest success could yet come in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy given they are one game away from a showpiece Wembley finale.
Swindon will reach that courtesy of victory in their area final second leg with Barnet, with the scores locked at 1-1 after the first encounter.
For now, though, Di Canio is concentrating on ensuring the Wiltshire side build upon their season-best effort - a 2-1 victory over Barclays Premier League side Wigan in the third round of English football's biggest cup competition - when they travel to the King Power Stadium.
"We are going there to win the game," said Di Canio.
"We are going to play our football because I believe that only if you go with every intention to win the game in your mind can you do this.
"We'll work hard off the ball, but once we get the ball we will try to attack as usual with five players, squeeze up with the other five and try to damage them, upset them and maybe make another special perform ance with a special result."
Another side that have specialised in upsetting the odds in recent times are Crawley, who last year were only narrowly beaten by Manchester United.
Steve Evans' side were not in the Football League at the time but are now involved in the League Two promotion shake-up having being crowned champions in the Conference Premier last term.
The Red Devils' elevation has not hindered their giant-killing exploits, though, with a 1-0 victory over Bristol City adding to an ever-growing list.
Evans is hoping to add Hull to that group, saying: "We will be organised as best we can."
Sheffield Wednesday produced a shock result of sorts as they beat West Ham in the last round and manager Gary Megson is eyeing another Championship scalp as his men travel to Blackpool.
Manager Nigel Clough believes Derby should take inspiration from Stoke's recent progress, but he'll be looking to upset them in their cup clash.
* Paolo Di Canio
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|Date:||Jan 28, 2012|
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