PAUL MULLIN is looking forward to a second trip to Wembley but the Wrexham striker hopes to make it onto the hallowed turf this time around.

It will be nearly three years to the day that Mullin was in the Tranmere squad that faced Newport County in the League Two play-off final at the London venue.

However, Mullin was an unused substitute as Rovers won 1-0 to clinch promotion thanks to ex-Reds captain Connor Jennings’ last-gasp strike.

It’s all about the present as far as Mullin is concerned and the striker can’t wait to take to the pitch at the famous stadium for the first time when Wrexham face Bromley in Sunday’s FA Trophy final.

“That was really frustrating,” said Mullin.

“But I don’t care about the past, it has gone and it doesn’t really affect me too much.

“Now I have got the opportunity to change it with a club that I am really looking forward to doing it with.

“Hopefully the gaffer selects me and it is my time to go and play at Wembley.

“It is something I will always remember for the rest of my life.”

Liverpool-fan Mullin celebrated the Anfield outfit winning the FA Cup last weekend at Wembley with a penalty shoot-out win against Premier League rivals Chelsea.

Targeting success with Phil Parkinson’s side on the big stage, the striker - Wrexham’s top scorer with 30 goals in all competition and National League Golden Boot winner - would love to find the back of the net under the arch.

“It would be a great feeling,” added Mullin.

“Wembley is not Anfield - scoring at Anfield would be a totally different feeling for me! - but it is extra special playing at Wembley.

“Liverpool won there last weekend and I get the chance to hopefully copy them.

“It I was to score then it would be fantastic because it would be something I would remember for the rest of my life, and winning the Trophy would mean so much to me.”