PLAY-OFF talk has been put on hold as Phil Parkinson targets a cup final win before Wrexham continue the promotion challenge.

Wrexham finished runners-up to National League champions Stockport County after taking the title race down to the final day and the Reds will be at home to Notts County or Grimsby in the play-off semi-final next weekend.

First up is Sunday's clash against Bromley in the FA Trophy showpiece and that game has got Parkinson's undivided attention.

"You can't hide away from it. the league has been the priority for all the teams at the top end," said the Reds' boss.

"We wanted top spot, we got second, but I want to concentrate on Sunday first and then we will come to that game and pick the team accordingly for the play-offs.

"I want us to concentrate on this final - I don't want to talk about the play-offs.

"There is going to be a big crowd with all our friends and family there.

"There has been a massive demand for tickets from all the players' family and friends, we have got so many people coming down to support us and we want to reward that."

Parkinson added: "At the start of the competition, the FA Trophy was obviously low-key and not our priority but I felt it helped us build up some momentum in the league.

"We beat some really big sides to get to this stage and we have had to really earn it.

"Now it is up to us to go there and play as well as we can."