AYR UNITED chairman David Smith last night celebrated a six-figure windfall as the Honest Men were sent to Ibrox.
It’s a dream draw for theside, who aim to have Lee Bullen’s successor in place by the middle of this week.
And Smith has challenged the new gaffer to create a Cup shock when he comes face to face with Philippe Clement.
Smith told SunSport: “I’m delighted with the draw. It will mean a six-figure sum for us.
“As the draw went on, I was beginning to think we might get Rangers or Celtic.
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“I gave a little shout out when it happened and it’s a great draw for the club.
“We were good on Saturday against Keltyand Davie White got the players up for it.
“There was afeeling about the place again on Saturday night.
“Now I’ll just tell the next manager that he’s got a Cup tie which is winnable!”
Airdrie’s reward for a win over St Johnstone is a home tie against Hearts.
Bonnyrigg Rose’s reward for ending Falkirk’s 26-game unbeaten run is a trip to Pittodrie to face Aberdeen.
The fifth round ties will take place over the weekend of February 10/11 withties to be confirmed in the coming days.