DEAN KEATES insists Wrexham can't worry about other teams and just need to take care of their own business in the battle to avoid relegation.

The Reds clinched a superb 2-0 victory at Bromley on Saturday and climbed up to 17th in the National League.

However, some of their fellow strugglers also secured positive results and Wrexham remain two points above the drop zone with 11 games to go.

The bottom half of the table is heavily congested - just five points separate Chesterfield, who occupy the final relegation zone, and 14th placed Torquay - and Keates is just focused on Wrexham looking after themselves ahead of Saturday's trip to high-flying Yeovil.

"How many teams have come back into it? I’d imagine there are a couple of teams just above us who have been reined back in," said Keates.

"We will keep going and all we can do is worry about ourselves.

"We will have a good week of training, prepare as good as we can and all being well the lads will go out there at Yeovil and give the same performance."

There is speculation that only three teams will be relegated due to the demise of Bury but Keates refuses to set a points target that he believes will guarantee survival regardless of the number of clubs who will go down.

"You hear a few things, we don’t know whether it is four or three positions," said Keates.

"We will take every game as it comes and aim to win every single game.

"There are 11 games left and we will do our best to win 11 games."

Wrexham bounced back from a 3-2 defeat at Chesterfield in the previous outing a fortnight earlier by beating Bromley to register a first ever win at Hayes Lane

Keates is expecting another tough game against fifth placed Yeovil at Huish Park but he is targeting a second successive win.

"We have to go again," added Keates. "We go down to Yeovil and it will be a difficult game for us.

"Give the lads credit, they rose to the occasion.

"We were unfortunate against Chesterfield, we will go down to Yeovil, do our best and hopefully get three points down there."