Chris Hughton says the chance has opened up for unfancied teams to reach the FA Cup final.

But he is not looking beyond Wednesday's "very difficult" fourth round replay at West Brom for the right to host Derby in the last 16.

Liverpool, Spurs and Arsenal are all out.

The six other Premier League clubs still left include Chelsea and Manchester United, who face each other.

Hughton said: "I see the possibility of Wembley opening up for somebody, because this year in particular there are a lot of Premier League clubs out of the competition.

"But you can never go into any game thinking that way.

"Even the thought of a home game against Derby you can't think that way, because as soon as you start thinking that way you are not going to get through the next tie which is a very difficult game at West Brom.

"But I do see the competition opening up for some that are not the favourites and that's a great thing for this competition."