GRAHAM BARROW wants Wrexham to finish the job off and secure an FA Cup third round date with Leciester City.

The Reds will have home advantage against the surprise 2015-16 Premier League champions in the new year if they get past Newport County.

Saturday's second round tie finished in a goalless draw and the sides will meet in Tuesday's replay at Rodney Parade.

Interim manager Barrow admits it is now an even bigger game as victory would see Wrexham pit their wits against the likes of Kasper Schmeichel and Jamie Vardy.

"I thought the draw would make the replay exactly what it's made it, a big game," said Barrow.

"No disrespect but there were quite a few there when the balls were being called out, I sat watching them come out and I thought 'I don't want that one!'

"When our number came out I thought 'that's alright at home' and then it was a Premier League club.

"The incentive is obviously great for both teams and when it is a replay, it just adds a bit of spice to it."

Wrexham were the better side on Saturday and Barrow added: "We more than matched them so we know what we are facing.

"We have proved we can match them, now we have just got to go out and try and beat them."

Captain Shaun Pearson hopes to continue the cup run but his priority is promotion chasing Wrexham picking up victory against Eastleigh at The Racecourse on Saturday.

"Obviously everybody knows what's at stake now, a potential third round against Premier League opposition," said Pearson.

"Hopefully we can go to Newport and get the win.

"I thought we deserved to win on Saturday but that's football for you, if you don't take your chances you are not going to win games.

"Hopefully we can get Saturday out of the way, get three points and hopefully we can go and finish the job off on Tuesday night and have a nice third round tie to look forward to."