Tony Pulis doesn't care who Albion are drawn against in the fifth round of the FA Cup - as long as the Baggies are at home.
Pulis extended his unbeaten start as Albion boss after Victor Anichebe's double saw off neighbours Birmingham 2-1.
The boss thought Albion were worthy of their victory and is now hoping the Baggies get a home fixture during Monday's fifth round draw.
"I thought in the first half we were very good and deserved to be two nil up. The injury time goal gave them a lift," he said.
"And to give Birmingham great credit they came out of the blocks so we had to show a different, resilient side.
"It was a proper, old fashipned cup tie. Both sets of fans were wonderful. It was a tough game, lots of challenges and tackles, played in a manner you want it to be played in.
"I'm more concerned with our result than what's gone on elsewhere. The FA Cup, League Cup, whatever it is...you need some luck in the draw and we want a home draw next time.
"You hope and pray for a home draw. That's what we want - a fifth round tie in front of our own fans."