JAY HARRIS says Wrexham need to step up to the plate in all their remaining matches and not just raise their game against the top teams.

The Reds, 19th in the National League and just two points above the drop zone, have got 12 games to go in the fight against relegation.

The first of those is against high-flying Bromley at Hayes Lane on Saturday and Wrexham go into the clash boasting a superb record against the sides challenging for promotion.

Results against their fellow strugglers have been far less impressive and Harris is calling for the same approach in every single fixture between now and the end of the season.

"No disrespect to other sides but we are the bigger side," said Harris.

"We shouldn't be upping our game for other people, we should be playing our game week in, week out regardless of where we are in the league table.

"We have got to be the bigger club in every single game - it doesn't matter about league position.

"We are in a false position club-wise. For whatever reason, we find ourselves where we are.

"I have just come here to help get us out of it."

Wrexham, whose game against Torquay at The Racecourse on Saturday was postponed due to safety and weather concerns, face Bromley on the 3G pitch at Hayes Lane.

The Reds won their first ever game on the artificial playing surface at Harrogate last month and Harris believes that will provide a welcome boost.

"When you are used to playing on grass and the way the ball moves and bounces, it is different," said Harris.

"We just have to adjust to that as quick as possible.

"We can't use that as an excuse, we have got to go and do a professional job there and hopefully it will push us up the table.

"If you are not winning on astroturf it can become a mental state.

"But as the last result on astroturf was a win, we can take that into Bromley and hopefully do it again."

Harris re-signed for Wrexham in the January transfer window, putting pen to paper on an 18 month contract after leaving Macclesfield.

The 32-year-old first joined the Reds in 2010 and he made nearly 200 league appearances in midfield alongside Keates, helping the club win the FA Trophy at Wembley in 2013, before leaving for Tranmere Rovers in 2015.

A substitute in the goalless draw with Dagenham on February 1, Harris started against Chesterfield in the following match and produced a man of the match performance, although it was overshadowed by Wrexham's 3-2 defeat.

"There are a few new faces but the staff is still similar around the place," added Harris.

"Obviously my old midfield partner is my gaffer now which is a bit strange but I am enjoying it.

"The Chesterfield result was disappointing which is the main thing but I thought the performance was alright.

"Personally it was good to be back out there in a red shirt; playing again and enjoying it.

"I have never changed. I will do the best I can every game and give 110 per cent, so hopefully I can help the side."