Arsenal have to get past Hull City first, of course, and depending on the scheduling of our 5th round replay at the KC Stadium and the team selection of our manager Arsene Wenger that is by no means a sure thing, but if we do get through the Gunners have been handed a pretty good draw for the quarter-finals.
The team waiting for us is a Premier League outfit in Watford and they have proved this season that they are a good side, but there were harder sides still in the draw and the most important part of the draw is that it would be another home tie.
That is becoming something of a habit for Arsenal after all three previous FA cup draws put us at home. And having already beaten the Hornets by 3-0 away from home in the Premier League this season, which also happens to be their biggest defeat of the campaign in all competitions, you would expect us to have the mental edge.
Arsenal now have to make sure we are the team to host Watford, though, but that draw might even give us a little extra reason to do it as the road to Wembley and a possible record of three FA cups in a row is really opening up.
Tottenham and Man City went out today and thee other draws have sent Chelsea to Everton and West Ham to Manchester United if they get past Shrewsbury. The final draw sees Crystal Palace go to Reading, so if things go our way the Gunners could have one hand on the cup a few weeks from now.