Andrew Crofts wants a big reward for sending Albion through to the fourth round of the FA Cup.
The matchwinner against Reading and ex-Premier League midfielder with Norwich has his sights set on a plum tie home or away in tomorrow's draw.
Former Chelsea trainee Crofts told The Argus: "My family are big LIverpool fans, so Liverpool away or something like that, or bring a big team here would be great, any of the big guns.
"I would love to play Chelsea here or at Stamford Bridge. Any big clubs coming here or going there would be great. That's what the FA Cup is about.
"We put in a really good performance today and hopefully we'll get a good tie. If not we'll hopefully get through to the next around. It's all about on the day.
"We're looking forward to the draw tomorrow but most importantly now we have got Birmingham on Saturday (at home) and we're gearing to that."
Albion have reached the fourth round for the fifth year in a row and will be bidding to make it through to the last 16 for the third time in four years.
The lost 6-1 at Liverpool in the fifth round two seasons ago, before Crofts rejoined them from Norwich.