PAUL RUTHERFORD has enjoyed being back in the Wrexham side but the midfielder says it doesn't matter who starts against Solihull Moors tomorrow as long as the promotion chasing Reds get get another crucial win.

The 33-year-old did not play a single minute in March as Dean Keates' side went on an unbeaten run during the month.

After twice appearing as a substitute at the start of April, Rutherford has started the last three games and helped Wrexham register back to back 4-0 away wins against Halifax and Woking before last Saturday's goalless draw with Chesterfield.

Ninth placed Wrexham, who have seven games left, are only two points away from the play-offs heading into the clash with Moors.

Although Rutherford would love to continue his run in the side, he prefers to look at the bigger picture and insists getting three points is all that counts regardless of who lines up against Mark Yates' side.

"I am hoping that I do keep my place," said Rutherford. "Every player wants to play every minute of every game.

"But the most important thing for us is we go out there and we get a performance and we get a result, regardless of who is selected in the 11 or 16.

"The manager has been very big this year on making sure that we are all together.

"It is all about the collective."