JAMES JONES wants to make up for last season's Wembley disappointment by helping Wrexham lift the FA Trophy for the second time in the club's history.

Jones played his part as Lincoln City clinched a place in the 2020-21 League One play-offs but a quad injury ruled the 26-year-old out of the final.

He watched from the sidelines as the Imps suffered a 2-1 defeat against Blackpool who clinched promotion to the Championship.

Wrexham are back in the captial on Sunday when Phil Parkinson's side face Bromley in the showpiece and Jones hopes to play his part in securing silverware.

"It's obviously a massive thing, every kid dreams of playing at Wembley when they are young," said Jones, who arrived at The Racecourse from Lincoln in August.

"Last year we got to the play-off final, I was injured, wasn't involved and we lost.

"It is the worst thing for any footballer being on the sidelines and not being able to help the team on the pitch, especially for such an important occasion.

"It is a chance to put that right this season.

"It will be good to go there, hopefully be a part of it and win."

Wrexham will continue the promotion challenge after facing Bromley, with the Reds home to either Notts County or Grimsby in the National League play-off semi-final, and Jones is hoping for a successful end to the season.

"We have got some massive games coming up now and it is a chance to make some history," added Jones.

"It is a chance to make this a really productive season for the club.

"We just focus on each game as it comes and Sunday's final is something we are all looking forward to."