IT'S been a team effort but Dean Keates is hoping his midfield men can continue to produce the goods as Wrexham aim to tie down a play-off spot.

The Reds go into tomorrow's game at mid-table Boreham Wood on the back of a 3-0 win over Yeovil which extended the unbeaten run to six matches.

During that spell, Jordan Davies has scored six goals while Luke Young struck for the 11th time against the Glovers to become leading scorer.

Jay Harris was superb as the holding midfielder before he was forced off with a leg injury and Keates feels the trio complement each other.

"Jay was Jay, he brings the experience and know-how," said Keates.

"Obviously his game has changed over time, that is the evolution of your body; you can't be governed by what you did in your younger days.

"He did what I expected of him; he played his part and he was the experienced player in the middle of the park.

"The other two are getting plaudits and rightly so; Luke has been outstanding from the first game of the season and Jordan is an intelligent player who I have had no qualms about playing him in different positions.

"I know what his position is, it was just case of trying to nail his position down and he has got goals and assists but it is still early days for the lad; he is in a good position and let's hope it continues for the next four games and then a longer period of time."

But although Harris has not been in the goals like Young and Davies, Keates has been just as impressed with his former team-mate.

"Players who get goals get more highlighted than players who do the other side of the game," said Keates.

"Jay goes about his business and is not one who is after pats on the back.

"He knows what he does for the team and how much a valuable member of the squad he is."

"We will assess Jay and it is a decision I will make.

"When he went off, what we lost in his experience on the defensive side, but Paul Rutherford came on and gave us the energy on the other side and put in a great shift for us."