WE'RE hoping there will be a big uptake on season tickets because we want to have a ground that is full and rocking every week.

We are going to do everything in our power to get the team firing and winning and I’m sure fans will turn up and back the team week in, week out.

We will have something really special and an incredible advantage - whether we are in the National League or League Two - if we have got a Racecourse Ground that has 10,000 people in it every week.

We are still in the hunt for the play-offs this season and I am sure if we are back in the Football League next season, we won’t have to worry too much about filling The Racecourse.

To be honest, I am not too worried about numbers right now.

There is a real appetite and excitement, and we know how many people were coming out when things were tough.

We are aiming to give fans a really exciting experience this coming season - whatever league we are in.

We are also finalising the benefits of our membership scheme which will include things like a monthly newsletter, a priority period to purchase match tickets and discounts from select partners amongst others.

About 11,000 people have signed up so far and you have got until May 31 to get free membership.

We want to assure people that there will be a manual application form for fans - young and old - who don’t have email addresses, and that will be available at the club shop sometime in the very near future.

After May 31, we will temporarily withdraw membership from sale but only until we can announce what our ticket prices and availability are going to be, which will be in the next few weeks.

We also want to tell people looking to renew their season tickets that we are currently having to renumber some of the seats in the Yale Stand.

All the season ticket holders will be given a period of time to reclaim the seat that they have always traditionally sat-in but they shouldn’t worry if the seat number is different to what it was before.

It is only because we are renumbering the seats for our new ticketing system, and the ticket office will have a cross-reference guide to ensure people will still get their same seats.

The play-off picture is tight and getting tighter all the time

Our situation after the two games over the Bank Holiday weekend has not changed too much. We need to win games and we need to bank points; that is the name of the game at this time of the year.

On the women’s side, the club will this week be making our application to the FA of Wales to have our women’s team participating in the Tier 2 northern league.

We had a conversation with the FAW and we have our formal presentation to them on Friday as we look to progress the Wrexham AFC women’s team. Gaining that Tier 2 licence is vital to the ongoing growth of the women’s and girls side of the club, so we all have our fingers crossed.

I’ll sign off in my traditional fashion - let’s beat Yeovil on Saturday. COYR!

In an interview with RICHARD WILLIAMS