Boss Chopper previews Saturday's Cup game at The Den
Millwall manager Neil Harris says his side are "highly motivated" to try and reach The Emirates FA Cup Third Round on Saturday.
The Lions host League Two outfit Wycombe Wanderers in a Second Round tie at The Den (3pm) with both teams vying for a spot in Monday's draw for Round Three, when all Premier League clubs enter the competition.
And Harris, whose side will also be looking to bounce back from Tuesday's controversial defeat to Burton Albion, is keen to see Millwall put in a display packed with "commitment and quality".
"Against Bury last Saturday we showed many of the qualities we need to reproduce week-in, week-out from now on," he says in Saturday's matchday programme.
"We are still in three competitions, with a very busy and exciting run of games in front of us before the end of the year. It is up to us to ensure that we continue to have plenty more to look forward to.
"Wycombe, like ourselves, will be highly motivated by the prospect of progressing through to the Third Round of a great competition and what that may bring in the New Year.
"We are desperate to be in the hat for Monday night's draw and with that in mind I expect another performance of commitment and quality to give us every chance of achieving that goal."
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