Wembley the goal for Brighton striker Murray
Striker Glenn Murray is bidding to fire Brighton & Hove Albion to their first FA Cup semi-final for 36 years when the Seagulls travel to Millwall tomorrow.
Albion lost in the 1983 final to Manchester United and that is the only time they have progressed further than the quarter-finals.
Brighton head to Championship strugglers Millwall tomorrow and Murray knows both sets of players will be raring to go with a place at Wembley up for grabs for the winners.
He said: "It's a great opportunity for us as players. As a player you always want to progress in cup competitions.
"Our first priority is to be safe in the Premier League but off the back of that if we can have a successful FA Cup run, I'm sure the fans would appreciate a day out at Wembley.
"It could turn out to be a successful season for us.
"But we make no bones about it, we know it's going to be a very tough game.
"There will be no VAR there, it's going to be a physical game and they'll be ready for it. But what a great incentive for both clubs to try to get a day out at Wembley."
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