GLENN MURRAY has warned Albion face a test of physical and mental strength in the Lions’ den.

But the striker is convinced they can secure a trip to Wembley.

Albion visit Millwall in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Sunday and the hosts will look for a repeat of the way they hustled Everton to defeat in a torrid fourth-round tie.

Murray expects a bruising test and has identified the lack of scrutiny from a video ref as a potential factor.

All three Millwall goals against Everton came from set-pieces and one would have been ruled out for handball had VAR been present.

Murray told The Argus: “Our first priority is to be safe in the Premier League.

“But, if we can have a successful FA Cup run, I’m sure the fans would appreciate a day out at Wembley and it could turn into a successful season for us.

“We’re fully aware it’s going to be a very tough game.

“There will be no VAR there.

“It’s going to be a physical game and we are going to be ready for it.

“What greater incentive for both clubs than a day out at Wembley?”

More recent signings such as Bernardo, Florin Andone and Alireza Jahanbakhsh have played in hostile environments overseas.

But Murray says there is nowhere quite like The Den.

He added: “We’ll sit them down and give them the heads-up.

“They’ve probably never been anywhere like that before.”

Murray could get only his second FA Cup start since returning to the club in 2016. Fellow striker Andone was ruled out of the Premier League win at Crystal Palace last Saturday with a thigh problem.