Nat Knight-Percival says Wrexham are fully focused on the games against Luton rather than thinking about Wembley.
Wrexham face Luton in the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off semi-final first leg at Kenilworth Road.
The Hatters visit the Racecourse for the return leg on Monday, 7 May with the final at Wembley on 20 May.
"We're not getting carried away. We're just focusing on one game at a time," he said.
Despite amassing 98 points during the regular season, Wrexham finished second behind Fleetwood in the Blue Square Bet Premier table.
Wrexham face a Luton Town side who defeated them over two legs in last season's play-off semi-final.
And Knight-Percival does not want to see Wrexham's hard work during the season be in vain.
"We've put in all the hard work throughout the whole season and we're just going to have to continue working hard," said the ex-Histon player.
"It's probably a matter of concentration and just keeping your focus.
"That's what we've all got to do and hopefully we can get the win.
"We'll be confident going in to it but still focused and determined. Every game is a hard game.
"Both teams will want to win the game. It could possibly be a cagey affair, but you really never know until you're out there and playing the game.
"We're obviously going to go out and try and win the game. We want a good result.
"When they [Luton] come back [to the Racecourse] on Monday there's going to be thousands there which all the players are going to look forward to."