PHIL PARKINSON is looking for is side to produce a "proper Wrexham performance" in what he hopes will be three final games of a successful season.

Wrexham missed out on the National League title after Stockport County won their final game of the season at home to Halifax Town, with the Reds suffering a 3-0 defeat at Dagenham and Redbridge which proved to be irrelevant.

The reward for finishing runners-up is a home tie against either Notts County or Grimsby in the play-off semi-final on Saturday May 28.

First up is Sunday's FA Trophy final against Bromley at Wembley and Parkinson wants his side to get back to what they are good at in what he hopes is the first of three games at the end of the campaign.

"It is all to play for. I think it is going to be an exciting play-off campaign, it really is, and I am really looking forward to it," said Parkinson.

"I said to the lads in the dressing room that we have come a long way together as a group; this squad has been pieced together as the season has gone on.

"We have stuck together, had some great wins, not many disappointing days but when you have one, you respond together and I am looking for us in these next hopefully three games that you see a proper Wrexham performance.

"All-out, committed, and all the intensity and physicality we have shown all season, and we take it into those play-off games and FA Trophy final."

Parkinson insists he does not mind who the opponents are in the last four of the play-offs

The Reds boss will attend Monday's eliminator between Notts County and Grimsby, and is just pleased the promotion challenge continues with a home game against the winners.

"No preference at the moment," said Parkinson.

"I will go to watch their game after the FA Trophy final and have a good look at those two.

"They are both good sides.

"We lost and won against Grimsby, drawn and lost to Notts County, so all the games have been tight.

"Play-off games are going to be like that. It is going to be fast and furious but we have played some big games and when that game comes - and we have got the FA Trophy final hopefully done and dusted - we will be back at The Racecourse and look forward to that.

"Everybody who is in the play-offs is decent, obviously, but I firmly believe that on our day we are capable of beating anyone."

Parkinson stressed how vital it was to finish second or third and avoid an eliminator tie so Wrexham enter the play-offs at a later stage.

"It is absolutely crucial for us," added Parkinson.

"I said after the win against Stockport that we were guaranteed that second place and that was important because Halifax and Solihull in the main have carried on their form, and you can never take anything for granted.

"The way the play-offs are structured, it is crucial to be second or third; we managed to do that, it wasn't what we wanted, but it is the next best option."