DEAN KEATES says his players will be raring to go against Bromley tomorrow when Wrexham aim to get defeat out of the system.

The Reds, beaten 3-2 at Chesterfield a fortnight ago after twice leading, were denied the chance to try and bounce back as last Saturday's home game with Torquay was postponed because of Storm Dennis.

"It was a disappointing result but performance-wise, we definitely deserved something out of it and I would even be disappointed with a point," said Keates.

"We will go to Bromley and put it behind us.

"It has been tough in the fact that you want to get it out of your system and the Torquay game was rightly called off.

"The frustration levels have simmered back down and all being well we can go to Bromley and get three points."

Wrexham are targeting a first ever win against Bromley at Hayes Lane at the fifth attempt.

"We have to go to Bromley and try and pick something up," said Keates. "The main aim is to go there and get three points, whether we have won there before or not.

"Every game is different and that was proven against Harrogate."

Wrexham boast an impressive record against the leading sides and Keates hopes that continues at Hayes Lane.

"They are all difficult games, that is why the division is how it is," said Keates.

"We have not picked up the points we wanted against teams around us, all being well it can balance the scales and we can three points against somebody who is up there challenging."