KENNY Jackett wants to draw one of the Premier League big boys in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup after Millwall eased past Luton Town in the fifth round on Saturday.
The Lions produced a professional performance against the non-league Hatters to reach the last eight of the competition, with James Henry, Rob Hulse and Dany N'Guessan scoring in a 3-0 win.
And Jackett is hoping his side are rewarded with a plum tie against a top-flight club in the draw on Sunday. He said: "If there was a preference, it would be to get a big Premier League club at The Den.
"That would be my choice. Whoever you play in the last eight is going to be tough but something that has perhaps been lacking in my time is the luck of the draw to get a big club at home."
But while Millwall are just 90 minutes http://vhealthportal.com/product-category/anti-acidity/ away from a trip to Wembley, Jackett is keen for his players to maintain focus on their Championship campaign.
"I think both competitions are important," he said. "People ask managers about the importance of the cup and I think, generally, managers get judged on their league form.
"Paul Dickov beat Liverpool with Oldham and got the sack, so it's your league form that is generally paramount in manager's minds because of that.
"We do not play the two competitions on the same day. We played on Saturday in the FA Cup and we play on Tuesday night in the league. Why can't we concentrate on both? That's the challenge.
"I would like the players to focus on both equally. I understand the more games you play the more injuries you get but sometimes the side gets into a rhythm and one thing can lift the other."