IT’S FA Trophy time and the chance to play at Wembley is something that appeals to Luke Young.

Challenging for promotion is Wrexham's priority but it doesn't mean that Reds captain Young is dismissive of non-league's premier cup competition.

Phil Parkinson's side face Isthmian League Premier Division high-fliers Folkestone Invicta at The Racecourse in tomorrow's fourth round tie and the reward for the winners is a place in the last 16.

Young missed out on a place in the 2015 showpiece when Wrexham beat his Torquay side 5-1 on aggregate in the two-legged semi-final and the 28-year-old wants to clinch victory against Folkestone to take another step closer to a possible Wembley date.

"There are not many rounds that you have got to get through to have a chance of getting to Wembley," said Young.

"The further you get into the competition, the more that you will think that you want to win it and it is a chance to get to Wembley.

"It is probably the least or our worries in terms of our achievements for this season but when you are play in cup competitions, you want to win every game possible and this is no different.

"Three or four more wins and you have got the chance to play at Wembley and if you gave anybody a chance to play at Wembley, I think they would snap your hands off."

Wrexham beat National League North outfit Gloucester City 5-0 in the third round, with that game coming on the back of the Reds facing Marine - another lower level side - in the FA Cup.

Parkinson knows the seventh tier visitors will not make it easy but he just to progress before Wrexham resume the promotion push at Yeovil next week following a three-week break.

"We have had Marine and Gloucester so we have got experience of playing lower division teams and know that these games can be difficult," said Parkinson.

"The game that we wanted to watch Folkestone in was called off so we haven't really seen a great deal of them but we know that they are doing well in their league and we have got to give a good account of ourselves to get through to the next round, and equally, take us into the next run of games in good spirits with 90 minutes in as many of the players' legs as possible."