SUPPORTERS believe Wrexham’s midfield is key to securing a play-off spot.

Dean Keates’ side are currently sixth in the National League and have four games remaining in the quest for a top seven finish.

After Saturday’s away game at Boreham Wood, Wrexham have home matches against Notts County- one of their rivals for a play-off spot - and King’s Lynn before heading to Dagenham and Redbridge on the final day of the regular season.

Wrexham go into the games in superb form having extended the unbeaten run to six matches following Saturday’s 3-0 victory over Yeovil at The Racecourse.

Luke Young scored his 10th goal of the campaign in the win and he is now the Reds’ leading scorer.

Jordan Davies is in a rich vein of form and he netted his sixth goal in as many outings, while Jay Harris, who completes the midfield trio, also had an outstanding game but limped off injured just before half-time..

Fans were asked who they believe are the key players in Wrexham's run-in and the midfield three feature heavily.

KYLE JONES: “Pearson, Davies, Harris, Young. And I’m going to add Gold into the mix, think we look stronger with him up top. First half of the season I was disappointed with Harris, thought he was bit off the pace. But this second half he’s been great and the midfield is much weaker without him in it.”

SEANY PRINCE: “The team is only as good as its weakest player. Luckily we have a strong squad. Trust the manager and players and what will be will be.”

JEFF LAING: “Until yesterday I would have said Pearson, Davies and Young, but watching us lose control in the second half, I’m going to have to add Harris.”

ROBIN EDWARDS: “Davies, Angus, Lainton, Vassell, Harris. The star quality. The best forward. Key defence components. Best tackler.”

MARCO: “Every single one of them, they all have their part to play. Play to their potential and we will be good.”

BARRY DANIELS: “Jordan Davies, Luke Young, Rob Lainton, Shaun Pearson, Dior Angus.”

SIMON COOKE: “Judging by the first half performance we need to keep Jay Harris fit. Back three looked solid too so three clean sheets and we’re in the playoffs.”

WXM RED: “All of them, it’s a squad game.”

TIM RYAN: “The ones with grit and desire.”

PAUL: “It’s important to keep a settled starting XI, our goals from midfield have been pivotal the last few weeks. Jay Harris' return to form could be that catalyst that keeps us in the mix.”

NEAL: “We have to count on Young’s long shots, Pearson’s head and Lainton's reach.”