JAY HARRIS wants to secure a place in League One - and make amends for one of the low points in his career - when he heads to Wembley for a sixth time today.

The 32-year-old has helped Tranmere Rovers reach the League Two play-off where they face Newport County at the national stadium.

It's six years since Harris first stepped out at Wembley when he was in the Wrexham side that beat Grimsby in the 2013 FA Trophy final.

Three defeats followed - two with Wrexham and one after joining Tranmere - but Harris was back in the winners' enclosure 12 months ago as Rovers beat Boreham Wood in the National League play-off final.

Although playing at Wembley is still special, Harris admits the result determines how memorable the occasion is.

"It will be my sixth time at Wembley," said Harris.

"I had three with Wrexham and this is my third with Tranmere.

"Going there is still just as good as the first time I played there, although it is a lot better when you get that result!"

Just a few weeks after Wrexham overcame Grimsby on a penalty shoot-out, the Reds returned to Wembley but lost 2-0 against Newport in the play-off final as the Exiles clinched promotion to the Football League.

"It was one of the worst moments of my career," said Harris.

"Not long ago we had just beat Grimsby at Wembley and we went from elation to despair.

"The game is still in my head. We controlled the game, I remember the ball going under Dave Artell's foot and they scored the first goal after 86 minutes.

"It was not a great day for everyone associated with the club."

Although Tranmere lost the 2017 play-off final, the Prenton Park side went one better last season as they overcame Boreham Wood to return to the Football League.

Harris admits it would be the best moment of his career if he secures a second successive promotion to gain a place in League One - and gain revenge on Newport.

"That happened a couple of years ago but I got promotion last season," said Harris.

"You learn from your losses and your highs will come.

"The experience of being in the play-offs with Wrexham helped, we went one better last season and got out.

"Fingers crossed we do back-to-back promotions which would be the pinnacle of my career.

"Going into League One for the first time would be brilliant for me, I've only played in League Two with Accrington, Chester and Tranmere.

"I want to win for an old rivalry with Newport and to get into League One."

Tranmere have gone from strength to strength in League Two but although Wrexham secured a play-off spot for the first time in six years, a 1-0 defeat against Eastleigh in the eliminator means the Reds are preparing for a 12th season in non-league.

Harris admits the lack of a prolific goalscorer is proving to be a huge obstacle for Wrexham who saw captain Shaun Pearson end the campaign as joint leading marksman with six goals.

"Wrexham don't deserve to be where they are," added Harris.

"I wanted to get out with them and they just fell short this season.

"It seems to be the lack of an out and out striker.

"You have to pay good money for one - half the reason we are where we are at Tranmere is because of James Norwood."