DEAN KEATES only has one player missing as Wrexham continue their quest for a play-off spot with tomorrow’s home game against Yeovil.

The Reds’ boss is not short of options for the visit of the Glovers with only joint top scorer Kwame Thomas on the sidelines after rupturing his Achilles.

Such is the strength in depth in the squad, Keates opted to make four changes from the side that started Saturday’s 2-1 win against Solihull Moors for the clash at Maidenhead 48 hours later where Wrexham came from two-nil down at half-time to draw 2-2 and extend the unbeaten run to five outings.

Those two games in quick succession over the Bank Holiday weekend prompted Keates to freshen things up - Reece Hall-Johnson was among the players left out of the matchday squad - and he is delighted to be at near full-strength.

“It is difficult over the Bank Holiday weekend,” said Keates.

“I made the decision to freshen it up, I thought about the players’ welfare;

“We are in a good place with strength in depth, the only injury that we are carrying at the moment is Kwame who is a long-term one.

“Everybody is ready and contributing. It is a full group so we are happy with it.”

Wrexham have five games remaining and while the competition for a top-seven finish is fierce, Keates is pleased his side have momentum after taking 11 points from a possible 15.

“We are still looking at it the same way, it is in our control,” said Keates. “We just need to go about our own business and we will run our own race.

“We have got a massive game against Yeovil and we will go out and do our best for the football club, and use the momentum that we’ve got.

“Saturday was a bit different, we had to hang on and show the other side, and be resilient.

“We got ourselves back into the game at Maidenhead so it is a positive four points going into a home game.”