The FA Cup is nothing more than a 'day out' for Millwall according to their manager as they target league survival.

Neil Harris’ men face Brighton in the quarter final of the competition in two weeks time but it’s Championship survival the Lions chase.

Millwall find themselves in a relegation battle after a 3-1 home defeat by Norwich leaving them in 20th place, a point above the relegation zone.

“We aren’t going to win the FA Cup,” said Harris.

“Bolton next week is far bigger.

“We’ll have a great day out and have a right go at it against Brighton when we get to it, but if I thought any of my players were thinking about that then I wouldn’t let them in the building.

“We are fully focused on the league, it’s the priority, we are looking for maximum points and that is the mindset of the players.

“There’s no focus at all on the fa cup.”

Millwall will travel to Bolton next weekend without Murray Wallace who Harris confirmed will miss the rest of the season with ‘extensive’ ankle and knee damage after leaving the field injured at Hull mid-week.

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