DEAN KEATES says Wrexham have got a huge incentive to get back to winning ways against Torquay at The Racecourse tomorrow.

Wrexham's three-game unbeaten run was ended following a 3-2 defeat at Chesterfield on Saturday, leaving the 19th placed Reds just two points above the relegation zone.

But the Reds will climb above the Gulls, who sit 15th in a congested bottom half of the National League table, on goal difference if they clinch three points.

"I think there is a little bit of a gap above Sutton; four points is probably too much at this stage to say that those teams are going to be in it," said Keates.

"The big incentive for us is if we beat Torquay, we go above them so that is what we are looking to do. We need to get a win and it brings Torquay back into it."

Wrexham led twice at Chesterfield who levelled before scoring an injury time winner but Keates was pleased with the overall performance.

"We are at home and we want to not put the wrongs right from Saturday because we are massively disappointed we did not come back with anything," added Keates.

"I think if we had come away with a point we would have been disappointed.

"After games I have sat there and questioned the effort and commitment side but that was not questionable at the weekend, they gave absolutely everything.

"I think that showed at the end when the fans clapped them all off."