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Luton Town goalkeeper Dean Brill says Kenilworth Road will be "rocking" as the Blue Square Bet Premier team take on Championship Millwall in the FA Cup fifth round.

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Brill, 27, was in goal for the Hatters the last time they played Millwall - in a League One fixture in 2008.

And although Luton have fallen a long way in the years that followed, he told Luton Today: "This is what it used to be like."

"The last time Luton played Millwall, I was playing. It will be rocking, and it's how I remember it.

"The boys are looking forward to it, and it does give them a massive lift. It's not going to be alien to all of them, but it does freshen memories and you can think: 'This is where we want to be.'

And he said what had happened to Luton in this year's competition proved that the magic of the Cup was not dead, adding: "It's very much here."

Although he urged his team-mates not to look beyond the Millwall match, fourth round goal hero Scott Rendell could not resist doing so and is targeting a meeting with Manchester United, who meet Reading at Old Trafford.

Striker Rendell, 26, came on as a substitute for the Blue Square Bet Premier Hatters against Norwich at Carrow Road and scored with ten minutes to go to send the Premier League hosts crashing out in a 1-0 defeat.

If the Bedfordshire club beat Millwall at their home ground - where they saw off Championship Wolves in the third round - they will become the first non-league team to reach the last eight in 99 years.

And Rendell said: "I am a United fan, so I'd love to play them in the next round.

"If we do get past Millwall, I will be sitting on the edge of my seat to see if we draw United. My favourite memory of the FA Cup growing up was watching that Ryan Giggs semi-final goal against Arsenal. It was just a fantastic moment.''

He said the Hatters would draw inspiration from League Two Bradford's run to next weekend's Capital One Cup final.

"Look at the teams they have beaten," he said. "They went and beat Aston Villa over two legs. It proves that it can be done.

"It showed you can beat anyone on your day, like we did against Norwich. We weren't massively outclassed against Norwich, so the boys have nothing to fear against Millwall."

Information from the Press Association was used in this report

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