Wrexham captain Luke Young is hoping that he can prove that he his the right man to lead the Reds as he looks set to lead the side out at Wembley on Sunday.

The two-time player's player winner Young was appointed captain by incoming manager Phil Parkinson early in the season, much to the midfielders surprise. 

Young, in his fourth year at the Racecourse, looks set to lead out Wrexham at Wembley in tomorrow's FA Trophy Final. 

He is hoping that he has proved to people that he is the right man to lead the Reds, and has hoped he has repaid some faith that the fans have shown him. 

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The Plymouth-born midfielder admitted that the opportunity to captain Wrexham was too good to turn down, he said: 

"Very proud, I never expected it at the start of the season, so when the gaffer came to me to give me the armband it was something that I wanted to grab with both hands and try and prove to him he made the right decision.

"Everyone is going to have their own opinion, whether they agree with it or not but I think in at least the second part of the season I feel like I’ve given a little bit of faith back to the fans in that the gaffer made the right decision in giving it to me.

"It never changed who I am or what I did, I always performed to the best of my ability.

"Where we were at the start of the season to where we are now, I think everyone can hold their hands up and say they are proud of this team, I’m proud of this team, I’m proud of everyone involved and I want to put on a show this weekend and give them (the fans) something to cheer about."

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Young admitted that there will be nerves ahead of tomorrow's game, but stressed they will be good nerves with what is at stake, he added:

"It’s knockout football, you win you go through. With the final, everybody knows what’s at stake, it speaks for itself.

"These are the games you want to play in, yes, you’re going to be nervous, I’m going to be nervous, 100%.

"I get nervous for every game, but it’ll be different nerves because of what’s at stake and it’s because you want to be involved in these types of games.

"You’re going to give everything you’ve got to try and get over the line."