Essex Senior League side next in cup.
They currently sit fourth in their league table, having picked up 35 points from 15 games.
The Essex Senior League side will come to the Weston Homes Community Stadium in January as the county competition reaches the final eight.
Colchester United will face Bowers & Pitsea in the Essex Senior Cup quarter finals, after the two teams were paired together in Wednesday's draw.
The Motormen’s management duo pulled out the home clubs at the station’s Chelmsford studios while Essex County FA Chief Executive, Phil Sammons was responsible for the away teams.
"It’s a nice draw, really," said Ross, whose side are currently sitting towards the foot of the Ryman North league table but have won their last two games.
"If we can carry on and get to the Semi-Finals of the Essex Cup it would be a great boost for Redbridge, especially after defeating Southend, who put up a very strong Under 21s Academy Side. We played excellent there."
He also believes the Essex Senior Cup is an important part of the club’s yearly priorities: "If we get Braintree, who are absolutely flying high in the Conference, that would be a great draw as well. Any cup improves morale within the club.
"We bounce off each other. We have ideas between us then come to a conclusion which we think is best for the side. It’s a good time for us at the minute. Everyone is confident."
. www.essexfa.comThe Quarter-Finals are due to take place on or before 16th January, and all the BBC Essex Senior Cup news you need to know can be found at
Quarter-Finals (on or before 16th January)
Heybridge Swifts vs Aveley Colchester United vs Bowers & Pitsea