PHIL PARKINSON is hoping for a home tie against a big club in the FA Cup fourth round.

Wrexham are in the hat for tonight's draw after beating League One rivals Shrewsbury Town 1-0 at The Croud Meadow.

For the second successive season the Reds, currently third in League Two, overcame a team from a higher division in round three of the famous cup competition having won 4-3 against Championship high-fliers Coventry City 12 months earlier.

Tom O'Connor's 72nd minute goal settled the first cross-border derby since 2008 with the centre-back scoring in front of nearly 1,700 Reds fans who made the short trip to Shropshire.

The fourth round draw will be broadcast by ITV1 tonight at approximately 7.50pm in the build-up to the clash between Wigan Athletic and Manchester United.

Wrexham are ball number two and Parkinson just wants Wrexham to be drawn at The Racecourse, with games scheduled across the weekend of Saturday January 27.

"I'd love a home tie against a big team," said Parkinson.

"I just think that the atmosphere at The Racecourse, particularly now we have got the temporary stand up, is fantastic.

"Let's look forward to a great day and enjoy the draw on Monday.

"I don't want a team in our own division.

"I don't know how many teams are left in our division but it would be great to get a home tie."

On beating Shrewsbury, Parkinson added: "I am very pleased.

"It was always going to be a tough game, I saw Shrewsbury play against Fleetwood and I thought they played really well.

"They are an established League One team and it was interesting to see us go toe-to-toe with a team who were right up for the game.

"You could sense it from the first minute but I thought as the game went on, we got stronger and stronger."