Murray Wallace believes Millwall found the change of not being an underdog difficult at times - but was delighted to score another winning FA Cup goal.

The defender's goal after five minutes against AFC Wimbledon was enough to see them through to the quarter-final stage of the competition, the third time in seven years.

"Obviously I am delighted with scoring another winner," he said.

"It is not very often that I get to score goals, playing in defence, but I am delighted that I have managed to help the team to another win.

"After getting such a good result last round, the pressure was on us to come here and win. I thought we stood up to that well, remained composed, and stuck to our game plan."

Wallace also scored that 94th minute goal in the previous round against Everton, and he stated that being the underdog motivates them.

"I think a lot of the games we go into we are underdogs, even in the league with the teams that we come up against with their quality and budgets etc. We are used to being in an underdog role and it is something that we thrive off.

"In terms of the style of teams you play, against Everton we were on the backfoot a lot. I suppose today [against Wimbledon] we were as well but in these sort of games you get a bit more of the ball and are able to show a bit more of our quality.

"We had to focus and stick to the basics - that helped us, not think about the whole team in general. You can get carried away [when up against weaker opposition]. We just had to concentrate on focus on our own game.

"In the last round we were at home in front of our sort of crowd. Against anyone at the Den the adrenaline is going to be through the roof, but look today the incentive was here. A quarter final of a FA Cup, it is just the same."

Wallace also expressed his desire to play the quarter-final at home after his involvement last time out against Everton.

"It is a credit to the fans, with my first FA Cup experience at The Den the atmosphere against Everton was unbelievable so I would love us to play more nights like that."