THEO VASSELL stressed the importance of Wrexham taking care of their own business amidst a spate of fixtures that will see the Reds' play-off rivals go up against each other.

Saturday's goalless draw against Chesterfield at The Racecourse extended the unbeaten run to three games and leaves Dean Keates' side sitting seventh in the National League.

The race for a top seven finish is fierce and the Reds' boss admits that even 12th placed Maidenhead cannot be discounted..

Wrexham have seven games remaining, with five of those against teams in the bottom half of the table, and whilst their play-off rivals will take points off each other when they go head to head, Vassell knows it will count for nothing if the Reds don't win their matches.

"Every point is valuable if you look back over the season," Vassell said after Saturday's stalemate with Chesterfield which came on the back of two successive 4-0 away wins at Halifax and Woking.

"We would liked to have had all three points which we should be getting at home but we can't dwell on it too much.

"Seven points from nine is not a bad return, especially with two away games where we picked up six points - including a win against one of the teams in the play-offs. You wouldn't complain at that.

"There is still a lot to play for and a lot of the teams around the play-offs have got to play each other. Hopefully results go our way and we can do our job, pick up our points and see where we are.

"We can't worry about what other people do, we have just got to focus on ourselves so we have just got to go again against Solihull."

Vassell, who arrived at The Racecourse last summer, is giving everything to try and ensure Wrexham secure a play-off spot in the club's 13th season in non-league.

"I have enjoyed it from the first day I came here," said Vassell.

"I am just doing the best I can for the team and trying to get the club back to where it is supposed to be."

Vassell was back in the starting line-up against play-off rivals Chesterfield after missing the previous four games due to concussion.

A head injury sustained in the closing stages of the 1-0 defeat at Notts County on April 2 kept Vassell sidelined and he did not expect to be out so long.

"It was quite a bad injury," said Vassell. "I went down and did not expect it to be so bad.

"The symptoms I was getting meant I couldn't do anything.

"I had concussion and saw a couple of doctors so I just had to shut down until the symptoms went away because you can't play around with a head injury; your health comes first.

"But I am fine now and I am just glad to be back.

"I have just got to keep the momentum from when I dropped out and make sure I keep it going."

Vassell marked his return with a brilliant goalline clearance and the defender added: ""That is my job. It was right place at the right time."