WREXHAM have a busy schedule following a lengthy break from National League action but Phil Parkinson is just focussed on leaving Yeovil with three points tomorrow.

The Reds have not been on league duty since they lost 3-1 at Notts County on January 2, although Parkinson named a strong side for last Saturday's FA Trophy tie against Folkestone Invicta where a 5-1 win secured a home date with Boreham Wood in the last 16.

After facing the Glovers at Huish Park, Wrexham have back to back home games against Grimsby on Tuesday and Maidenhead the visitors to The Racecourse next Saturday.

But Parkinson, who has seen his side drop from third to eighth place in the table after not playing for three weeks, is taking it one game at a time.

"If you don't play and other teams play, you are inevitably going to slip down the table. That is out of your control," said Parkinson.

"We are half way through the season and we knew after the Notts County game that we wouldn't have a game for a while but that's the way it is.

"We can only focus on ourselves and our preparation since Notts County, in terms of what we have done, I am happy with.

"It is important to just take each game as it comes and not look too far ahead of ourselves.

"Focus on Yeovil, get the preparation right and go down there ready to perform at our best."