Ben Tozer is hoping to make a perfect start to cup final football ahead of Sunday's clash against Bromley at Wembley. 

Wrexham's club captain Tozer, joined in the summer from Cheltenham Town and has been a mainstay in the back-line this season. 

The former Northamton Town and Newport County man has played a key role not only with his defensive displays, but with his lethal long throw. 

Having played at Wembley twice before, including a play-off final defeat against current boss Phil Parkinson, Tozer will no doubt be passing on advice from his previous experiences. 

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Despite appearing under the arches twice before, Tozer has never played in a cup final as a professional and is hoping to make it a successful debut tomorrow. 

He said: "No one is thinking about the play-off game at the moment.

"There is a real buzz around training at the moment and a real buzz around the occasion, we’re just looking forward to it.

"It’s a lot of peoples first time there, it’s a cup final.

"I’ve never played in a cup final as a professional so hopefully we can lift that cup.

"I've been lucky enough to play there twice and it is just a fantastic occasion."

The centre-back is hoping to enjoy the occasion a little bit more than his previous experiences there, he added:

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"The first time I played there it was just a complete blur I was so nervous, you don’t want to admit it at the time but even now looking back at the highlights, it’s such a blur.

"Hopefully I can enjoy this game and this occasion a lot more than that.

"It’s a big game, but we don’t want to over think things really you just want to keep things as normal as possible."

It's good news for Wrexham's set pieces though, as despite the Wembley pitch being a big one, Tozer is confident the trademark long throw will not be affected, he added:

"I joke about it with a lot of people, but I’ve actually cleared the back post at Wembley so hopefully it'll be okay, but we’ll see."