IT could be a season to celebrate for both of the Jennings brothers.

Experienced left-back James has helped Wrexham secure a place in the National League play-offs for the first time in six seasons while younger sibling Connor, who spent two seasons at The Racecourse before joining Tranmere in 2016, is involved in a League Two promotion challenge with the Wirral club.

"Tranmere are flying, they are doing really well," said James.

"I am hoping it is a successful season for both of us.

"Usually it is one or the other so I am hoping that both of us do well."

Wrexham's last experience of the play-offs came in 2012-13, a campaign than James remembers fondly.

Then plying his trade at Mansfield, James was in the Stags side that beat Wrexham 1-0 on the final day of the regular season to clinch the Conference title.

The Reds had already booked their place in the play-offs and ran out 5-2 winners in the last four against Kidderminster Harries - pipped to the title by Mansfield - before the Reds suffered Wembley heartbreak after losing 2-0 to Newport County in the final.

Although Wrexham's title bid fell away this term, Jennings is delighted to be in the play-offs and still in with a chance of winning promotion.

"It is massive for the club," said Jennings."It is the first time in six years that Wrexham have achieved it.

"I remember playing against Wrexham six years ago when they were up there and probably should have gone up.

"It was the year I went up with Mansfield and Wrexham fielded a weakened team in the final game which helped us win the league, and Wrexham were unfortunate not to go up in the play-offs.

"This is a massive achievement for the club and something we can build on.

"One of our objectives was we wanted to win the league automatically. It is not to be but it is still an exciting time."

Although he won automatic promotion at this level with Mansfield, Jennings twice experienced play-off disappointment with Forest Green Rovers.

But Jennings is looking forward to having another crack at it with Wrexham who are aiming to end an 11-year exile from the Football League.

"I have experienced winning it automatically and then I have been on the flip-side," added Jennings.

"I have been beaten in the play-offs a couple of times; once in the semi-finals and once in the final.

"It is a good position to be in, they are the sort of games you want to be involved in as a club.

"It is a step in the right direction and we are all looking forward to it."