Tyler Morton says the players, as well as supporters, are dreaming of a Wembley appearance – but that the Championship remains their primary focus.

Rovers booked their place in the FA Cup quarter finals with an impressive 2-1 victory at Leicester City.

That leaves them just one win away from a potential FA Cup semi-final and a first Wembley visit in 28 years.

They will also have eyes on reaching Wembley in the Championship play-offs, sitting fourth in the table with 12 games remaining, and for on-loan midfielder Morton, he says an exciting end to the season awaits.

Yet the league is the main focus of the players, with a  crunch game against Sheffield United to come on Saturday lunchtime at Ewood Park.

That comes just days after the two sides were paired together in the FA Cup quarter final draw.

“It would mean the world, not only for us, but the supporters,” Morton said of a potential Wembley trip.

“You could see how much that meant to them so getting to Wembley would be brilliant, you can’t take that away from us if we do.

“But we’ve still got a long way to go, massive games in the Championship to come and that’s our main aim, what we’re focused on, and that’s what we will have in consideration.

“We’ll rest up and get ready to go again.”

Rovers were deserving winners, earning praise from Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers and leaving Jon Dahl Tomasson proud.

Morton says the head coach gave the players the belief they could perform on the biggest stage and that going after their Premier League opponents was all part of the game-plan.

He added: “I thought it was fantastic from the start, I was really proud of the team and to be a part of it.

“I was buzzing with the team’s performance, I thought we got stuck in from minute one.

“The pressing was fantastic.

“The manager has brought so much confidence into the team, particularly pressing wise, and we don’t want to come in and feel like the underdogs, we don’t want to sit in we want to go out and press, work hard and I think that’s what we did.”

“I thought from minute one we started on the front foot and tried to bring it to them and I thought we did that.

“That was the game-plan going in and I think you have to show that confidence because they have all the ability in the world and can make a mess of you as a team, but we stuck at it and we go into the next game with even more confidence.”

Morton hadn’t featured in Rovers’ previous two matches, but was pleased with his return to the side alongside captain Lewis Travis in the middle of the park.

“I thought it was a big game for myself having not been in the starting XI the last week or so,” the 20-year-old said.

“It’s football, it’s going to happen, you’re going to have ups and downs and it’s how you take it.”