PROMOTION might be the priority but Phil Parkinson wants everyone connected with the club to "savour" playing in a major cup final.

Wrexham have a play-off semi-final home game against Notts County or Grimsby to come next weekend after finishing runners-up to Stockport County in the race for the National League title but the focus is on winning the FA Trophy on Sunday.

Parkinson's men come up against Bromley in the Wembley showpiece with more than 20,000 Wrexham supporters heading to the capital.

The Reds' boss wants to make it a day to remember by winning the competition for a second time.

"Some of our players have played there, it will be the first time for some," said Parkinson.

"It is a day to savour, I really do feel that.

"Like I have said a few times, some supporters are still waiting to see their team at Wembley and some managers and players have never had the chance to go there.

"We have just got to relish the occasion.

"It is a cup final and winning trophies, whatever level you are at, it is what football is all about.

"We want to be getting back on that bus with the trophy on Sunday."

Some players are carrying knocks heading into the final and Parkinson, mindful of the fact that Wrexham have a play-off campaign to come, won't risk anyone who is not 100 per cent.

"There is an excitement around the lads days away from the game," he added.

"Everybody wants to be involved in this game and we have got some tough decisions to make, even with having seven substitutes.

"We have got a few players to assess and they have got to be right to be selected because you can't play at Wembley with people who aren't right, and our season still goes on after this."