DEAN KEATES insists there can be no let-up from Wrexham in the fight against relegation.

Back to back wins against Woking and Harrogate have taken the Reds up to 16th in the National League, four points above the drop zone.

Keates has been delighted with the performances and with Saturday's home game against lowly Dagenham followed by a trip to fourth bottom Chesterfield the following weekend, he wants more of the same in the quest for survival.

“We have got to find a level of consistency and we have done it well in the last two games," said Keates.

“We will rest, recover properly and prepare right for Dagenham.

“Every game is different. One thing about this division is anybody can beat anybody on their day.

"What we have done is we have turned up and from the first minute it has meant more to us.

"If my players turn up and give me everything, and somebody puts one in the top corner as James Jennings did [at Harrogate] from 25-30 yards and you lose 1-0, you just have to hold your hands up.

"There were questions asked of them after Aldershot and they have answered them the last two games but they have to go and replicate that work ethic, passion and desire that we want when you represent this football club.

"It was shown at Harrogate, now we have to make sure it is shown week in, week out for the 14 games that are left."

Keates says Wrexham cannot get carried way with the upturn in form and his players need to be raring to go against a Dagenham side who themselves beat high-flying Notts County 2-0 on Saturday.

"They have trained well the last few weeks," added Keates.

"Everybody was disappointed with the Aldershot game and there has been a reaction.

"Two good results but that is all they are. The next game is the biggest one for us.

"We will prepare ourselves right this week and get ourselves ready for what is going to be a difficult game against Dagenham, they had a good result on Saturday."