WREXHAM are flying high in League Two but George Evans wants to experience the magic of the FA Cup with the Reds.

Despite only drawing 2-2 at Harrogate after leading two-nil in midweek, Phil Parkinson's men remain second in the table, five points behind leaders Stockport County.

The attention turns to the famous cup competition on Sunday when Wrexham face National League South leaders Yeovil at The Racecourse in the second round.

Wrexham have caused some big upsets over the years and beat Championship side Coventry 4-3 last season before narrowly losing to Premier League-bound Sheffield United in a fourth round replay and although promotion is the priority, Evans knows how special the cup is to supporters.

"These are the games that people remember, the FA Cup brings a lot of memories," said Evans.

"It is such a historic cup and you want to make sure you do as well as you can, it's a massive competition for us to be in.

"You can't take anyone lightly and we will make sure that we are ready because it is a big game for us, we want to do well in the competition.

"When you put that shirt on, you are representing the club and it is something you don't take lightly.

"Obviously the league is the priority but we want to go as far as we can in the cup. We want to win every game we go into.

"It is sold-out again thanks to our amazing fans so it will be a massive game for Yeovil as well.

"We need to make sure we are in the right mindset and we go on and win."