SHAUN PEARSON believes four wins from Wrexham's last seven games will clinch a play-off place.

The Reds have taken seven points from their last three games to remain in the hunt for a top-seven finish.

The majority of the remaining matches are against teams in the bottom half of the table, with only Notts County and Maidenhead in the promotion picture, and captain Pearson is optimistic about Wrexham's chances.

"We have only got to play Notts County that are up there, and Maidenhead and Solihull who are still chasing," said Pearson.

"Everybody else who is around there has still got to play each other so they all can't pick up maximum points.

"If we can pick up four more wins and maybe another draw, you are probably going to be in there."

Competition for a play-off spot is fierce and Pearson is looking to start the run of wins needed to extend the season when Wrexham host Solihull Moors on Saturday.

"It is probably going to be three from about six or seven teams, maybe a couple more," said Pearson.

"We just have to concentrate on ourselves and try to get a win against Solihull."

Although there is still work to be done to secure a top-seven finish, Pearson hopes Wrexham can end the season strongly and finish as high as possible so they have a home match in the play-off eliminator.

"We want to get in there first and foremost," said Pearson.

"Once we are in there, if we can get fifth position rather than seventh position, it gives you home advantage.

"Hopefully we can finish as high as possible."

Wrexham secured back to back 4-0 wins away from home at Woking and Halifax but the Reds had to settle for a goalless draw with play-off rivals Chesterfield at The Racecourse on Saturday.

Although they didn't perform as well as in recent matches, Pearson believes taking a point when not at you best is a good trait to have.

"It was a difficult game and they were the slightly better team," said Pearson.

"But when you are not at your best, you need to find a way of getting a point rather than getting beat and that is the positive from the game.

"We still had a couple of chances where we could have nicked it.

"It was a disappointing performance and there are bits that we need to improve on but we are unbeaten in three games and we look forward to Solihull and try to pick up three points."

Pearson added: "We would have taken seven points from the three games beforehand.

"If we had lost, our season wouldn't have been over.

"You just have to try and keep accumulating points.

"It would have been great if we had won but it is another point and we try and win the next game."