OMARI PATRICK would be open to extending his stay at Wrexham but the winger is focused on picking up three points at home to Woking on Saturday rather than worrying about his future.

The 23-year-old, whose loan comes to an end after the Cards clash, has been a revelation since arriving at The Racecourse from Bradford in November, scoring five goals in 10 league appearances after switching to an attacking role.

But Wrexham remain embroiled in a relegation battle with Dean Keates’ side currently 20th in the National League, two points above the drop zone with just 16 games remaining.

With work to be done in the bid for safety, Patrick’s only concern is picking up another important win rather than his own situation.

“I just focus on playing football,” said Patrick.

“I am just focusing on the Woking game and training as hard as I can with the lads so we can try and get a result.

“Anything after that, I don’t really think about. The main thing is to get three points against Woking.”

When pushed on whether he would like to spend a third month with Wrexham if the opportunity arose, Patrick added: “I have definitely enjoyed my time here and if it pans out that way, then I would stay.

“But it is not always black and white, you never know what happens in football.”

Opportunities have been limited at Bradford this season - Patrick has only made two League Two substitute appearances and played four cup matches - so his temporary switch to Wrexham has given him the game-time he wanted.

Goals have made the move even more of a success but Patrick admits it has been tainted by defeats with Wrexham unable to string a run of wins together as they attempt to pull clear of trouble.

“I have got the game-time I wanted and I have got a fair few goals which is obviously good for myself,” said Patrick.

“But if the team loses, it is a bad reflection on me and the team.

“It is all about the team so if we keep losing, I am not going to be thinking of myself and ‘I have done this’ or ‘I have done that’ because at the end of the day we have lost a game.

“I want to do as well as I can for the team.”

Wrexham’s inconsistency again reared its ugly head in the last outing as the Reds, 2-0 winners at Chorley on New Year’s Day, were beaten 2-1 at home by fellow strugglers Aldershot.

“It was very disappointing,” said Patrick. “The better team won and it needs to be a lot better.

“We need to stop the inconsistency of winning one game and then losing the next.

“We need to try and win two games on the spin again and hopefully we can pick up from there.

“We don’t go out there to lose. We always go out there at the beginning of a game wanting to win.

“We just need to find that consistency and work even harder than we have been so this doesn’t happen again.”

Patrick says Wrexham, not in action last weekend, will be raring to go against Woking after a fortnight break.

“I think it is good having two weeks between games,” added Patrick. “It gives us a chance to regroup and work on things together a lot more.

“When it comes to the next game on Saturday, we should be more than ready.”