WREXHAM fans have been urged to turn out in force on Tuesday night as the Dragons bid to secure their place in the LDV Vans Trophy final, writes Paul Wheelock.
Denis Smith's men welcome Oldham Athletic to the Racecourse for the second leg of the Northern Area final. And with the Reds leading 5-3 from the first game, officials and supporters are quietly confident their side can reach the Millennium Stadium final.
Secretary Geraint Parry is hoping for a big crowd to roar Wrexham on their way to Cardiff.
He said: 'We've had a good response from the fans so far and it's a game everybody is looking forward to.
'Having a first-leg advantage has given us a good chance of making the final at the Millennium Stadium.
'Getting to any final is big, but being a Welsh club would make it that extra bit special.
'And considering cup finals return to the new Wembley shortly it might be one of our last chances to play there.'
And if the Dragons reach the April showpiece, the cash-strapped club could reportedly make up to £200,000.
Parry admits the financial gains would be massive tonic for a club in administration. Yet he feels they should not take away from the real reasons for getting to a cup final.
He said: 'The financial aspects would obviously be a big plus, as there could be 40,000 fans there - which would be important for a club in our position.
'But the financial side of things should always stay secondary to the football.
'So it would be great for all the fans and everyone at the club if we could get there considering everything we've been through.'