UNBEATEN Wrexham have taken 11 points from a possible 15 and Dean Keates is looking for a similar haul from the final five games to clinch a play-off place.

Successive 4-0 away wins over Halifax and Woking, a 2-1 victory against Solihull Moors at The Racecourse and draws with Chesterfield and Maidenhead in the last five outings have pushed the Reds up to sixth in the National League..

Wrexham have the same number of games remaining, starting with Saturday's visit of Yeovil, and while Keates is targeting a win in every fixture he believes matching that points total could secure a top-seven finish.

"We have picked up 11 points from the last five games and we have got to look to replicate that over the next five games," said Keates, who saw his side come from two-nil down at half-time against Maidenhead at York Road on Monday and clinch a 2-2 draw.

"If we can do that, it will give us a massive shout of getting into the play-off places.

"We want to get maximum points every single game but you have to be realistic.

"On Monday we were disappointed that one or two things did not go our way, especially when we got back into it at 2-2; the goalkeeper pulled off a great save.

"But two-nil down at half-time, you have to give the lads credit for the character that they showed."