BRING on Harrogate Town - but Phil Parkinson's priority is picking up league points ahead of Wrexham's next outing in the FA Cup.

The Reds progressed to the first round proper, and a clash with the League Two side at Wetherby Road over the weekend of November 5-8, after beating Marine 2-0 in Tuesday's replay.

Wrexham needed a stoppage time equaliser from Jordan Davies at Rossett Park on Saturday to remain in the competition but Parkinson's side produced a much better performance in the second meeting at Nantwich Town, with The Racecourse out of use because the pitch has been relaid.

Two well taken goals by leading scorer Paul Mullin enabled Wrexham to progress and Parkinson is looking forward to the challenge of facing a team from a higher division.

"Harrogate away is a terrific draw for us," said Parkinson.

"It is a game which will be a tough challenge but it's one I think that we can go there and give a good account of ourselves.

"The expectations will be on Harrogate and we can go there as underdogs but we want to give a really good account of ourselves and see if we can get in the next round."

Wrexham return to National League action following a near-three week break on Saturday when they face Barnet at The Hive,

The Reds are back on the road at Maidenhead on Tuesday and Parkinson wants the mid-table Reds to add to the points tally before returning to The Racecourse for the clash with Torquay United on October 30.

"It is nice to go into two away games with a positive result," added Parkinson.

"The aim is to come back for that Torquay game with some points in the bag and we will do everything we can in terms of our preparation and team selection to make sure we do that."