IT'S been a long season but Phil Parkinson believes his title chasing Wrexham players are "physically in a good place" as they aim to finish the job off.

A fantastic run of form leaves the Reds battling it out with Stockport County for automatic promotion heading into the final game of the season at play-off hopefuls Dagenham and Redbridge this Sunday.

Guaranteed to finish in second place if they miss out on the title, Wrexham would be at home in the play-off semi-finals and avoid an eliminator tie.

Parkinson is looking for one final push in the quest for top spot and even after 43 league games, five FA Trophy ties and three FA Cup matches, the Reds' boss says his players are far from finished.

"It is our job to deal with the games, that is what you get paid for week in, week out," said Parkinson, who also has an FA Trophy final against Bromley at Wembley to look forward to next weekend.

"We have got decent athleticism in the squad and I think that has improved throughout the season.

"Pre-season was very disjointed for many reasons, like the Covid situation, but gradually, the physicality of the team in terms of the ability to run and go right to the wire has improved.

"I feel the lads are physically in a good place.

"They have enjoyed being part of this Wrexham story and I feel the lads are still fresh physically.

"In training on Wednesday we were almost holding them back which is great.

"There is work to be done, we have got to get the preparation right and go into the Dagenham game tactically aware of what's needed and if we do that, I feel we will have a good chance."