PHIL PARKINSON is in no mood to exit the FA Cup just yet despite Wrexham facing a side from a higher division.

The Reds struggled in their fourth qualifying round clash with lower level Marine as a last gasp Jordan Davies equaliser secured a replay where Paul Mullin's brace earned a 2-0 win.

Wrexham's reward is a first round meeting with League Two outfit Harrogate Town at Wetherby Road tomorrow and while challenging for promotion is the priority, Parkinson wants his underdogs to continue making cup progress.

"We had to work hard against Marine, harder than we wanted to work because we would like to have got the job done," said Parkinson.

"But it is about getting into the next round, however you go about it.

"Now we want to progress again."

Wrexham failed to build on Harry Lennon's fourth minute goal last Saturday and Torquay bagged a late equaliser, keeping the Reds mid-table in the National League.

Parkinson knows improvements are needed, adding: "Our final ball let us down at times in our desire to go and get that second goal

"It has been a bit stop-start in terms of league football but I just want to focus on the cup this week, and then we have got a couple of good league games to look forward to after that."