DEAN KEATES says his side will be buoyed by a first ever win on a 4G pitch as the Reds aim to follow-up it by completing the double over Bromley tomorrow.

Last month's 2-0 victory at high-flying Harrogate broke Wrexham's duck on the artificial playing surface and Keates is targeting more success against play-off contenders Bromley at Hayes Lane in the fight against relegation.

"We went to Harrogate, hadn't won on the 4G and we won there so we got that monkey off our back," said Keates.

"You want to win games whether it is 4G or grass, it only gets highlighted because we haven't won that many games on it.

"The aim is to go there and get three points."

Keates is expecting a tricky test against Bromley who were top when Wrexham beat the Ravens 1-0 at The Racecourse in November but are now eighth after taking just one point from their last six matches.

And the Reds boss says his players will be up for the challenge.

"We know it will be a difficult game against a good, strong organised team; we saw that here," said Keates.

"Whether it is on 4G or not, it is going to be a difficult place to go,

"But we are confident in ourselves and all being well we will come back with three points."