TRY telling Phil Parkinson that the FA Cup has lost any of its magic.

Parkinson was in charge of Bradford City - then plying their trade in League One - who came from two-nil down to beat star-studded Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge in 2015.

Wrexham have also caused their share of cup shocks over the years, most famously completing a comeback of their own in 1992 to beat league champions Arsenal 2-1.

Those upsets will live long in the memory of supporters, and experienced manager Parkinson says he still feels a buzz heading into cup games as he prepares for his first foray in the competition with Wrexham against lower league Marine at Rossett Park on Saturday.

"I have had some fantastic times in the FA Cup, particularly as a manager," said Parkinson.

"The win at Chelsea with Bradford will always be one that I will remember and the people of Bradford will remember. It just shows what can be achieved.

"The FA Cup is a chance to create some memories.

"Wrexham have got some fantastic memories in the FA Cup in the past. Wrexham against Arsenal, the supporters still talk about those moments and I think that is the beauty of the FA Cup. It is the biggest cup competition domestically in world football.

"Everybody talks about the FA Cup, people of my era remember the FA Cup final being the biggest game of the year and I do feel there is still a special buzz leading into an FA Cup weekend.

"It is a great tournament and the aim is to progress into the next round and see how far we can go."