WREXHAM will today discover their fate when the Scottish Challenge Cup fourth round draw is made.

The Reds, playing in the competition for the first time in their history, reached the last 16 after beating Ayr United on Saturday.

Bryan Hughes made wholesale changes for the clash and youth team striker Jake Bickerstaff put Wrexham ahead in the second half, although Scottish Championship side Ayr equalised four minutes from time.

That meant the game had to be decided on a penalty shoot out and Jake Lawlor scored the winning spot-kick to put Wrexham in the hat for the lunchtime draw, with fellow National League outfit Solihull Moors and Connah's Quay Nomads of the Cymru Premier among the Reds' possible opponents.

But Hughes is focussed on Wrexham, without a league win in five outings going into Saturday's home game against Sutton United, starting to climb the table.

"Our attention now turns to the league, that is our priority this season," said Hughes.

"We will see who we get in the next round, whether it is home or away, and we will address it then.

"You never know what is around the corner with injuries and suspensions like we have found this year already.

"We will enjoy the competition, we will see who we get but our priority is the league and we will get ready for that."