Two out of three ain’t bad, but Murray Wallace wants further FA Cup wins to put on his CV.
The 21-year-old centre-back helped Huddersfield Town beat Leicester City in 2013 and Grimsby Town last season.
But hopes of a fifth-round berth were ended by a Charlton Athletic side managed by Chris Powell.
“A good cup run gets the fans excited, doesn’t it? Hopefully we can have one this year,” he said ahead of the tie with Reading.
“Ideally, you don’t want to be playing a team from your own division, but we are at home, which is good.
“We beat Reading earlier in the season, and we want another win.
“We also want to build a bit of momentum going into the Championship game at home to Watford next Saturday.
With Joel Lynch yet to return from a groin injury, former Falkirk player Wallace is set for a 15th appearance of the season.
“I talked to the manager about getting some games, an possibly going out on loan, because my season had been a little bit stop-start,” he explained.
“It was reassuring that the manager wanted to keep me here, and I’ve made quite a few appearances during December. If I keep playing well and stay in the team, happy days!”