DEAN KEATES is expecting more twists and turns as the race for a play-off spot enters the final month of the season but the Wrexham boss says all that matters is where his side are at the end of the campaign.

Saturday's goalless draw with Chesterfield extended the unbeaten run to three games but saw Wrexham slip to seventh in the National League.

The Reds could drop out of the play-off zone tonight as some of their play-off rivals go head to head..

Wrexham have seven games remaining - they play twice over the Bank Holiday weekend at home to Solihull Moors on Saturday and away at Maidenhead next Monday - with the Reds finishing the regular season against Dagenham and Redbridge on May 29.

And it is where his side are in the table when the final whistle blows at Victoria Road is all that Keates is worried about.

"I don't ride the rollercoaster; this place, emotions, its ups and downs," said Keates.

"There are going to twists and turns, it is where we finish after the last game at Dagenham.

"I believe in the group, I believe in the changing room, we didn't have a great day on Saturday but we kept a clean sheet and we've picked up seven points out of nine.

"We've got a quick turnaround over the Bank Holiday and we will do our best to get maximum points."