West Bromwich Albion have been drawn against Premier League side Portsmouth in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Wembley - but manager Tony Mowbray still insists the league is the priority for the club.
The match will be played on the weekend of April 5, while Barnsley and Cardiff City battle it out for the other FA Cup Final place on May 17.
The draw left Barnsley goalkeeper Luke Steele a relieved man. Steele is on loan to the Yorkshire club from Albion and would have been ineligible to play.
Portsmouth, who have won the FA Cup once in their history, in 1939, were made favourites for the competition after surprising Premier League champions Manchester United on Saturday. The Baggies have won the cup five times but not since 1968.
But Albion boss Tony Mowbray insisted the Baggies' main goal this season remained promotion to the Premiership.
"The players are very aware of our main goal this season," said Mowbray. "We will put the FA Cup to bed in our minds pretty quickly because we have got some huge games coming up in the league. For the time being, our minds are fully focused on the five important league games we face before we go to Wembley - starting against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
"If this club won the FA Cup it would be an amazing achievement, but it would be tinged with sadness if we allowed it to affect our league form."
Mowbray added: "We are delighted to be in the semi-final and we are delighted for our fans but we are trying to get out of a tough division and get into the next one up. The cup will take care of itself when it comes along.
"We have total respect for the competition. My family grew up with the FA Cup being the biggest day in the football calendar. You could see by the way we applied ourselves (against Rovers) that it means a lot to the players and it is important for the football club and supporters.
"But I am pretty sure if you took a poll they would all rather be playing in the Premier League week in, week out."
On Albion's semi-final opponents Portsmouth, Mowbray added: "I had no preference as to who we drew because any semi-final is a tough game. Harry Redknapp has built a powerful side who are enjoying a terrific season. We are very respectful of the talent they possess but we have earned the right to play this game and we're looking forward to the challenge."