PHIL PARKINSON says winning promotion with Wrexham would rank "very, very high" on his list of his achievements as a manger.

During his time in the dug-out which spans nearly two decades, Parkinson took charge of six different clubs and won promotion on three occasions before he was appointed Reds' boss last July.

At the helm for Wrexham's 14th season in the fifth tier, the 54-year-old has put Wrexham in contention for a return to the Football League.

Sunday's brilliant 3-0 win against title rivals Stockport at The Racecourse enabled Wrexham to take over as National League leaders on goal difference.

Stockport host Torquay in their game in hand tomorrow night before completing the regular season with another home match against high-flying Halifax Town on Sunday, the same day Wrexham head to play-off hopefuls Dagenham and Redbridge for their final fixture.

There is still a lot to play for and Parkinson knows how much clinching promotion would mean to everyone connected with Wrexham Football Club - and it would be huge achievement to put to his his already impressive CV.

"It would be very, very high because the club has been in this division for so long and I know what it means to the area," said Parkinson.

"I really do, I can feel it; every single day in around the club or in and around the area.

"But we have just got to stay calm, get the week's preparation right and go down to Dagenham all guns blazing."