WREXHAM begin their FA Cup campaign with an away tie but striker Paul Mullin is still looking for home comforts.

Phil Parkinson's side face Marine in tomorrow's fourth qualifying round clash at Rossett Park, a ground situated in Crosby

"If I walk out of my back door I will probably fall onto the pitch!" joked the Reds' five-goal leading scorer Mullin.

"It is the closest game I have ever played to my house.

"No, it is about a 5-10 minute drive so I am really looking forward to."

Marine, who sprung a number of upsets en route to the third round of the competition last season before bowing out to Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur, are managed by ex-Chester boss Neil Young.

His assistant is former Wales U21 international Alan Morgan, who is also Youth Team Manager at Tranmere Rovers where Mullin spent two seasons.

Mullin, who joined Wrexham in the summer following a successful stint with Cambridge United, will be looking to add to his haul but knows Marine will be provide a tricky test.

"I was at Tranmere with Alan and he will have the team really organised," added Mullin.

"Marine will give it their best shot but that is what the cup is all about.

"It is going to be a tough game, we know that, but I am confident that if we go and give it our best, we will come away with the win."