WREXHAM defender Max Cleworth would love to see Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp stomping up and down the touchline at the SToK Cae Ras

Phil Parkinson's men made it into the fourth round for the second consecutive season after Sunday's 1-0 over local rivals Shrewsbury Town.

The two sides met at Croud Meadow for the first meeting between the teams for 16 years, with Tom O'Connor scoring the winner.

When quizzed on what his dream cup tie would be, the young defender who came through the ranks at Wrexham revealed Liverpool, who won at Arsenal, would be top of his list.

He said: "I was a Liverpool fan when I was younger so probably Liverpool, but then my family are Geordies so probably Newcastle would be nice as well, so either one of them would be my dream tie.

"I would like to see Klopp on the touchline at the Racecourse so wherever we play them, I don’t mind.

"I think it would be funny seeing Salah and Klopp roll through the Racecourse Ground and see if they can handle it.

"Just to play any of them, to see the level, the way they do things it would be good to experience that level.

"They’ve played in some big games, but for our fans to have that level of players here would be unreal, it would be a massive occasion for the club."

Having been in and out of the side so far this season, the youngster was a late change to the side ahead of the Welsh derby against Newport and has been an ever-present since.

Cleworth's certainly enjoyed being back in the side and added: "It’s been really enjoyable, the only disappointment is the Walsall game where we didn’t really click as a team, but as a whole it’s been a great two weeks and I haven’t really had time to think about it, just bouncing game to game.

"The time on the sideline has been frustrating, so to be back out there, I’ve loved it and long may it continue."