BEN TOLLITT would like to extend his spell at Wrexham and hopes a first start for the Reds is on the horizon.

The winger's short term loan deal from Tranmere Rovers comes to an end this week but he trained with the Wrexham squad yesterday.

Since arriving from League Two Tranmere, Tollitt has made six substitute appearances but he hopes to make the starting XI at Fylde on Saturday if he remains at The Racecourse.

"I am just doing what I can to prove myself and hopefully I do get a start," said Tollitt.

"But whatever way round the gaffer picks it, I have just got to get on there and do what I can when I get the game-time.

"My loan is up before the Fylde game so hopefully they can sort something out if they want me to stay, but that is not down to me.

"If I am still here, I will just carry on doing what I have been doing."

Tollitt, who has fallen down the pecking order at Prenton Park, would be happy to stay with Wrexham.

"I would like to be here," said Tollitt.

"If I am going to play games here then I would like to stay.

"Obviously it is not up to me because I am contracted to Tranmere so it is whatever the two clubs can sort out."

Wrexham go into Saturday's game against Fylde at Mill Farm on the back of four successive defeats, the latest a 1-0 FA Trophy second round defeat at home to Leyton Orient.

Despite the poor run of form, fourth placed Wrexham are only four points behind leaders Orient and Tollitt admits the Reds need to get back to winning ways as soon as possible in the push for promotion.

"We need to get back to winning games," said Tollitt.

"It has been four games without a win now and it is getting a bit frustrating but hopefully we can turn it around at Fylde.

"We are still only four points off the top and four points is not a lot when there are nearly 20 games to go.

"Anything can happen in that time.

"We have had a bad run now but who is to say the other teams won't have a bad run as well.

"We have just got to focus on ourselves and not really worry too much about what others are doing because we can't, and hopefully that gets us where we need to be."

Although the FA Trophy run has come to an end, leaving Wrexham will just the league to focus on, Tollitt hopes that benefits the Reds going into the last 17 games.

"It would have been nice to have a visit to Wembley," added Tollitt.

"If there is a chance of Wembley you want to get there.

"But the league is the main aim for this club and to get out of it.

"No more cup games but just league games to focus on which I suppose can only help us."