MIKE FONDOP and Jordan Maguire-Drew wrote FA Cup headlines last season and the duo are targeting another upset with Wrexham.

Fondop helped Guiseley make history as the Lions reached the second round of the competition for the first time after beating Accrington Stanley 4-3 on penalties in a first round replay.

It was one of the biggest shocks at that stage of the competition, with Guiseley struggling in National League - they were eventually relegated - and Accrington going onto win promotion to League One.

Fondop converted the winning penalty and although Guiseley lost 3-0 to Mansfield Town in the second round, the striker enjoyed pulling off a cup shock.

"We made some history me and the other players because it was the first time Guiseley got to that round in the cup," said Fondop.

"Playing against Accrington who were flying at the time in League Two and went on to win promotion, and we were struggling in our division, to win that game was amazing.

"The first game at home, I had a good game and could have scored at least two or three goals but the goalkeeper was top class and we drew 0-0.

"Then to go to Accrington in the replay, beat them and score the winning penalty in the shoot-out was brilliant."

Fondop, who went on to have a loan spell with Halifax before signing for Wrexham in the summer, was joined in the Guiseley side by Reds team-mate Jake Lawlor while ex-Racecourse midfielder John Rooney also featured.

The pressure was on during the shoot-out but Fondop held his nerve to take Guiseley through.

"You have got the last penalty and you have got all the pressure on you," said Fondop.

"If you miss it, you give the other team another chance so I had to make sure I didn't miss it.

"I scored and we had a massive celebration afterwards!"

Fondop wants another cup upset when Wrexham host League Two side Newport County, hoping it leads to a third round away tie against one of the Premier League giants.

"Newport are doing well in League Two but we are playing at home and we have a good record at home," added Fondop.

"We are looking forward to it and if we beat them, who knows? We might find ourselves playing at Old Trafford or Stamford Bridge!"

Reds-team-mate Maguire-Drew pulled off an even bigger shock after making a dream debut for Coventry City upon joining on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion.

The Sky Blues won 2-1 against Stoke City who were struggling in the Premier League but still named a strong side that included the likes of Jack Butland and Joe Allen, with Peter Crouch and Xherdan Shaqiri coming off the bench.

"Last year I played for Coventry against Stoke in the third round and we won 2-1. It was a great result, a very good day!" said Maguire-Drew, who didn't feature when Coventry beat MK Dons in the fourth round before bowing out to parent club Brighton.

"Hopefully I can do the same here, it would be nice.

"It would be good to get a cup run and if we can get to the third round and draw a big away day, it would be nice for everyone."

But although he'd like to continue the cup run, Maguire-Drew insists helping Wrexham win promotion is the priority during his season-long loan stay from Brighton.

"The main thing this year is to get promotion so we have got to focus on the league," added Maguire-Drew.

"But the FA Cup is a bonus and it is good to get as far in it as possible for the club, for the fans, for everyone."