THE FA Trophy is not the highest on Wrexham’s list of priorities but you won’t find Ben Tozer seeking a day off.

Phil Parkinson’s side entertain Isthmian League Premier Division outfit Folkestone Invicta in the fourth round of the competition on Saturday.

The Reds’ boss, missing a number of players, still named a strong team for the 5-0 win against Gloucester City in the previous round with Tozer taking his place in the centre of defence.

Tozer, pictured, hasn’t missed a game since joining Wrexham from Cheltenham in August and that’s the way the 31-year-old likes it, meaning he wants another Trophy outing this weekend.

“You never know when it could be your last game,” said Tozer.

“I just want to play games. I would rather play games than do running; I would rather keep that match fitness and it is also important to keep a winning mentality, a winning run, and every game you learn something.

“For me, I just love playing. I would rather play than train.”

The promotion challenge is the priority but Tozer stressed the importance of a winning mentality and Wrexham progressing in the cup

“Winning is a great habit to have,” said Tozer.

“I have said it before, you can’t devalue any game or any cup competition.

“That has got to be your mentality, look forward to the next game and just try and win it.”

Wing-back Reece Hall-Johnson echoed Tozer’s sentiments and would love a good run in a competition that Wrexham won in 2013 on the club’s first ever appearance at Wembley.

“Every player at this club has come here to get promoted,” said Hall-Johnson.

“That is the reason why we are at the club.

“But the FA Trophy is a good way of getting to Wembley and having a great day out with the fans, and winning a trophy.

“When people say it is not as important, it probably isn’t but it is definitely a great tournament to play in.”