OLLIE PALMER would love to notch a first Wembley goal but the striker doesn't mind who scores as long as Wrexham win the FA Trophy final on Sunday.

The striker has played twice at the iconic stadium during his career.

He helped Lincoln City beat Shrewsbury Town 1-0 in the 2018 Football League Trophy final, although three years earlier he was on the losing side as Grimsby Town were beaten by Bristol Rovers on a penalty shoot-out in the National League play-off final.

The 30-year-old, who has bagged 16 goals since joining Wrexham for a club record fee of £300,000 from AFC Wimbledon during the January transfer window, says adding to his tally on the big stage would mean a lot but winning comes first.

"That is one thing I have not done so it would mean everything," said Palmer.

"Whoever scores on the day it will be an absolute dream but it doesn't matter who scores.

"Just winning the game whichever way is necessary is the most important thing."

Palmer has formed a deadly partnership with 30-goal leading scorer Paul Mullin, who has won the National League Golden Boot.

"I would be absolutely ecstatic for him because he deserves to score on the biggest stage," said Palmer.

"Thirty goals this season, he has been fantastic for this football club."

Palmer, who found the back of the net eight times for Wimbledon before making the switch, isn't finished on the goals front but the frontman insists it will only mean something if Wrexham win the cup final and clinch promotion via the National League play-offs.

"If you had said to me after signing at the end of January that I would be guaranteed 10 goals, I would take that all day," added Palmer.

"To have 16 goals already and two guaranteed massive games to go with a potential third, I think there is probably room to edge closer to the 20-mark which would be unbelievable for myself.

"That would put me on 28 goals for my own season.

"Right now I am sitting on 24 goals but at the end of the day it is all irrelevant if you have got nothing to show for it.

"You want silverware to show for it, we have got two opportunities to do that and we need to take both of them."