PHIL PARKINSON hailed his players' fighting spirit and he wants Wrexham to finish the job off tonight and set-up a meeting with Harrogate Town.

The Reds were second best throughout Saturday's FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie against Marine at Rossett Park and heading out of the competition after the Northern Premier League Division One West side took a deserved 78th minute lead.

However, Wrexham equalised in the fifth minute of stoppage time with Jordan Davies finding the net with a stunning free-kick to set-up a replay at Nantwich Town's The Optimum Pay Stadium.

The winners will head to League Two side Harrogate in the first round proper on the weekend of November 5-8 and Parkinson praised his side's desire to keep battling to the very end and get another chance at making cup progress.

"We have had to come back in a couple of games and we have shown we have got fight as a team, and that is good to see," said Parkinson, whose side have surrendered home advantage for the replay because The Racecourse pitch has been relaid.

"Ideally you want to score the first goal but when you don't, you have got to respond the right way and I felt we did.

"We looked threatening and we had a few good moments but one moment of pure quality has got us back in the game.

"It was a cup final for them, the biggest crowd they have had for 30 years apparently, and it was always going to be that type of game.

"Cup football is littered with games like that when you come to difficult places and it is not pretty; you can't play how you'd like to play, but you have just got to make sure you do what you can to make sure you are in the hat for the next round and that is what we've done.

"We have got to finish the job on Tuesday night."