DEAN KEATES says Wrexham's minds will definitely not be elsewhere tomorrow and his players will be fully focussed on clinching victory against Dagenham and Redbridge to guarantee a play-off spot.

Five teams are competing for the last two spots in the top seven but Wrexham, sitting sixth in the National League, go into their final day showdown at Victoria Road with their destiny in their own hands.

Reds supporters might have one eye on how their play-off rivals are getting on when the action gets underway tomorrow at 12.30pm - Wrexham's clash with the Daggers is being shown live on BT Sport - but Keates says his men will be fully focused on the job in hand and taking care of their own business.

"It is the last game of the season and we are right in the mix," said Keates.

"We've said over the last few weeks we wanted to be in control of our own destiny and we are still in that.

"If we can go and do our business and look after ourselves, it is irrelevant what happens anywhere else around the country in the other games.

"We can't go out there and worry about other results; we have got to worry about what is happening on Dagenham's pitch.

"The aim is to win a football match and make life a little bit easier than last Saturday!

"We have got to go there and win a football match and if we win, we know that we have done our side and we have taken care of ourselves.

"That is the be-all-and-end-all, the group know that and that is the message that we have spoken about between ourselves.

"We know what is at stake and we know what we have got to deliver."

Keates says Wrexham must handle the occasion with Dagenham supporters in attendance but no Reds fans allowed in.

"There are going to be Dagenham fans in there so that is something we have got to manage, the emotions, and be mindful that any 50-50 decisions might not go our way," added Keates.

"My players have to be in control of their emotions and don't let that distract us from our game-plan, just be aware of ourselves and be mindful of what we are there to do for ourselves."