PAUL MULLIN has challenged the Wrexham players to write their own piece of history over the coming weeks, starting with victory in Sunday’s FA Trophy final against Bromley at Wembley.

Phil Parkinson’s side will be aiming to win the competition for the second time in the non-league era after the Reds beat Grimsby Town on a penalty shoot-out to lift the cup in 2013 on the club’s first ever appearance at the London stadium.

Wrexham will then continue the promotion challenge with a play-off semi-final home tie against Notts County or Grimsby the following Saturday, and Mullin, who scored 30 goals in all competitions this season and was the National League Golden Boot winner, is chasing success on both fronts.

“That (first Trophy win) was nine years ago, now we have got an opportunity to write our own little piece of history at Wrexham, and hopefully even more a week or two after that," said Mullin.

“It is the biggest time of the season and we are all looking forward to it.

“Now it is up to us to go and finish the job.

“The first one on Sunday is all that matters for now.

“It has been a fantastic season for us but ultimately it is not what we want unless we go and win on Sunday first and foremost.

“After that we can focus on what comes next.”

Promotion is the priority but try telling Mullin, who scored two stunning goals in the semi-final victory over Stockport on a memorable day at The Racecourse to secure Wrexham’s place in the showpiece, that the Trophy is not important.

“The chance to win trophies doesn’t come round often. What cups do you get to win as a National League footballer?” said Mullin.

“You are not going to win the FA Cup but you have got the FA Trophy.

“This is the biggest cup that we can go and win, thankfully we have got to the final and now it is up to us to try and win it.

“You don’t get many chances to win trophies in football and this is a massive one for us.”

More than 20,000 fans will be heading to Wembley to see Wrexham play at the stadium for the fourth time.

Mullin is relishing the occasion and the 27-year-old wants to reward supporters for their brilliant backing this season by returning with silverware.

“I am looking forward to it,” added Mullin.

“It is not often you get to play at Wembley, if at all in your career.

“I’m pretty sure there will be 20,000-plus Wrexham fans there and to see them all supporting us again will be fantastic.

“They have done it all year and I suppose going to Wembley and enjoying a day out is a little reward for them, but it is not a reward unless we win.

“We have got to go out and do the job for them.”