Two-goal Glenn Murray has revealed he fancied he would score at West Brom.

But he has warned Albion to expect another stern FA Cup test in the fifth round.

The Albion striker remained on the bench until 12 minutes into extra time, then needed just two minutes to nudge his side into a 2-1 lead.

Murray was sent clear by Davy Propper to finally kill off West Brom just before the end.

He said: “We played well for large spells of the game, but unfortunately West Brom got their noses in front and Flo (Andone) saved us with a late goal.

“Looking from the sidelines I felt like it was nice and open and that there would be chances. Thankfully they fell to me.”

Albion boss Chris Hughton said he thought Murray looked sharp at the Hawthorns.

The striker said: “I think that’s because everyone else had played 90 minutes!

“I struggled over Christmas with illness and injuries (to his shoulder) which just stunted my momentum but now I feel back to my best and getting on the scoresheet helps.”

Albion face Derby in the fifth round a week on Saturday.

Murray said: “You never know. There are a lot of big teams who have gone out this year but we have got enough tough team in the next round against Derby.

“We have seen a little bit of those on the Friday nights in the Championship.

“They play an exciting brand of football with some very good young talent so we will be very wary of them.”