Sheffield Wednesday manager Garry Monk reveals his wish for FA Cup draw

He is fast approaching six years in football management.

Yet Owls boss Garry Monk is remarkably still waiting to be handed a home FA Cup draw.

All eight of the ties Monk has taken charge of at Swansea City, Leeds United, Middlesbrough, Birmingham City and Wednesday have been away fixtures.

The 40-year-old, who had a loan stint with the Owls as a player in the 2002/03 season, has guided Wednesday to the fifth round of the competition after impressive victories over Premier League Brighton and Hove Albion and Queens Park Rangers.

Roared on by 3,000 plus travelling fans, Monk's side edged past QPR on Friday evening after goals either side of half-time from Morgan Fox and Sam Winnall.

On his hopes for the next round, Monk told The Star: "I would like a home draw but that's a personal thing.

"It is nice to be in the next round. It is going to be another great day out for the fans.

"I'm sure whether we are home or away we will have a huge amount of our fans there.

Owls boss Garry Monk.

"If we can keep performing like we did against QPR and Brighton, we can have a good go at it.”

Wednesday, who have already pocketed £315,000 in prize money from reaching the last 16 of the tournament, are ball number four in the draw, which take place on Monday night. The draw will be held at 7.20pm before the Bournemouth vs Arsenal match and will be conducted by former England internationals Teddy Sheringham and Glen Johnson.