SAM WEDGBURY is still aiming for the title but the midfielder says Wrexham need to secure a play-off spot at the very least so the good work does not go to waste.

Wrexham, whose clash against Ebbsfleet United at Stonebridge Road tomorrow has been postponed because of the wintry weather, are sixth in the National League but nine draws in the 12 game unbeaten run leaves the Reds eight points behind leaders Macclesfield Town.

Having lost ground on the Silkmen, Wrexham, who have 10 matches remaining, are only five points ahead of in-form Ebbsfleet, the side immediately outside the play-offs.

Competition is fierce for a top seven finish and although Wedgbury is targeting automatic promotion, he admits it would be unthinkable to miss out on the play-offs after being in such a strong position.

"We don't want to get to the end of the season and have nothing to play for," said Wedgbury.

"We have to secure the play-offs minimum so we have got something to look forward to when the season is done.

"Then we can start focussing on the play-offs, but I heard Shaun Pearson's interview saying that he thinks we are still in the running for automatic promotion, and we are.

"Ten games left, anything can happen. We have just got to up our levels and get back to what we were doing when we were winning games, being more ruthless in both boxes.

"We have just got to keep our expectations high and keep our performance levels really high."

Wrexham, who were top of the table before drawing the past four games, last reached the play-offs in 2013 and Wedgbury remains optimistic the Reds can finish the job off and clinch promotion.

"Wrexham haven't been in the play-offs for a few years so we need to secure that, and that would be a good start," said Wedgbury, who won promotion with Forest Green Rovers via the play-offs last season before arriving at The Racecourse.

"We all want the same thing here and that is promotion, and I think we can do it with the players we have got, we have got a strong squad."

Wedgbury, initially brought in on a one year deal last summer, has been rewarded for his superb form with a new deal keeping him at The Racecourse until the end of next season.

Although he has impressed in the Reds' midfield, Wedgbury wasn't happy with his performance in Saturday's 2-2 draw against promotion rivals Aldershot Town, who twice came from behind to earn a point, and he has vowed to make amends.

"I am over the moon to sign," added Wedgbury. "It is always good to get your future secure, especially at a club like this where I am happy.

"I am happy I have got it done and I can concentrate on my football.

"From the standards I have set myself, I was nowhere near it against Aldershot so I need to get back at it in the next game.

"As a team, we just had to try and hold out for 2-1 and it is a great three points whereas a point in the grand scheme of things does not really help us out too much."