Boss Chris Hughton is not getting carried away by Albion's FA Cup prospects.

The Seagulls will be joined by Manchester City and Chelsea or Manchester United in Monday night's quarter-final draw.

Watford are already through too and the Seagulls could be joined as well by Wolves and Crystal Palace, depending on today's results.

Hughton said: "I don't want to just talk about ourselves. You've got the top six, then a group of teams that are still in it.

"I would see us in that other group of teams. I'm really delighted to go through, not only for the team but also the club.

"Of course everybody in my position would be after a home tie.

"We hope some of this momentum can take us through what has been a difficult time in the League and that we can start picking up more points."

Teenage Norwegian defender Leo Ostigard joined Viktor Gyokeres on an inexperienced bench for the fifth round win against Derby, with Lewis Dunk and Leon Balogun (shoulder) sidelined.

Hughton said: "It's great experience for them. They have to look for any opportunities they can. Viktor has been with us longer and trains with the first team most days.

"Leo came in the summer. We've got an injury with Balogun, that gives him an opportunity."

Irish midfielder Jayson Molumby was also a substitute, having made his comeback from 15 months out with serious knee damage in the first half of another impressive win for Simon Rusk's under-23s at Manchester City the night before.

"He (Rusk) has been massive for them," Hughton said. "He's had a very good season and probably even surpassed my expectations, some of the results they have got.

"We had an under-23 team that went up to Man City with quite a few injuries, regular players that have gone out on loan, so he's really had to manoeuvre the players he's got and try to get the best results he can. From that point (of view) he's done an outstanding job."