Boss Roy Hodgson is adamant that the main priority for Crystal Palace this season remains securing their Premier League status, despite their progress in the FA Cup.
The Eagles booked a place in the last eight of the cup with a 2-0 victory at League One Doncaster Rovers, with Jeffrey Schlupp and Max Meyer their goalscorers.
However, despite being three wins away from glory, Hodgson is still focused on avoiding relegation, with Palace currently three points clear of the drop zone, having won only one of their last five league games.
He told reporters: "We are happy to be in the draw and we would like to do well in the cup, but we would like even more to stay in the Premier League.
"That's always the priority, as seen by today when we were able to rest one or two players.
"Sooner or later (in the cup) you will meet Manchester City or either Manchester United or Chelsea, so it's a question of when that happens, because then you will have a really tough tie. The important thing is to take each game as it comes."
Palace have reached the FA Cup final on two occasions, losing out to Manchester United in both 1990 and 2016.
The Eagles are currently priced at 16/1 to be relegated this season, while they are 1/40 to beat the drop and 9/1 to lift the FA Cup for their first time in their history.
Palace are back in top-flight action on Saturday, when they head to the King Power Stadium to take on Leicester City.
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