JORDAN DAVIES is on a mission to try and help Wrexham secure promotion and cap a memorable first season back at his home-town club.

The 22-year-old midfielder, who hails from Coedpoeth, is a former academy graduate who returned to The Racecourse in the summer following a spell with Brighton and Hove Albion.

Wrexham go into tomorrow's home match with Yeovil sitting sixth in the National League and with only five games remaining, Davies is looking to clinch a top-seven finish before focusing on giving the play-offs a good "shot".

"It would mean a lot to me first time round to have a chance to take my home-town club back into the Football League, it would be massive," said Davies.

"It is a one-off game in the play-offs with no fans so it doesn't really matter if you home or away; obviously it is better to play at The Racecourse but it has not been a huge thing this year.

"Anything can happen in a one-off game so hopefully we get the chance to give it a shot."

Davies has played his part in putting Wrexham in the promotion mix.

Since opening his account for the Reds in the 3-0 win over Bromley on March 27, Davies has gone on to score six goals in his last nine appearances, including a hat-trick in last month's 4-0 thrashing of Halifax Town.

There was a goal and an assist in Monday's 2-2 draw at Maidenhead, with Davies hoping there are a lot more to come.

"I am in a good spell at the minute and long may it continue," said Davies.

"I am in good form personally so hopefully I can keep that going towards the end of the season.

"Rack up a few more goals and a few more assists, and we can have a go at it in the play-offs."