Neil Harris has once again said he would like West Ham United in the FA Cup fourth round after Millwall’s 4-1 win over Barnsley today.
The Lions chief had previously told the South London Press that he wanted the east Londoners in the competition.
But this time Harris also specified a home tie at The Den.
“I’d like West Ham at home – there you go and write your headlines,” he said.
“It went very much under the radar that we beat three Premier League sides last season and kept three clean sheets.
“I’d like to have a crack against one of the top sides. But, first and foremost, I’d like it to be here at The Den.
“The cup is a distraction. I was delighted to be at home today – I didn’t fancy Barnsley away, not at all. So the next game I want to be at home and a big game here at The Den. If we get to the next round then great, if we don’t then we concentrate on the league.”
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