STOCKPORT COUNTY are favourites for the National League title but Jordan Davies is pleased Wrexham remain in contention heading into the final game of the season.

Phil Parkinson's side prevented Stockport from clinching automatic promotion after beating their rivals 3-0 in last weekend's clash but the Hatters returned to the top of the table thanks to Wednesday's 1-0 win against Torquay in their game in hand.

Stockport, at home to fourth placed Halifax Town in their final fixture on Sunday, are three points ahead of Wrexham who have a superior goal difference and head to play-off hopefuls Dagenham for their last match.

Davies says Wrexham, who trailed Stockport by 11 points at one stage, will give it their all until the final whistle blows at Victoria Road in a bid to realise their dream and clinch a return to the Football League.

"It has been topsy and turvy the whole way but if you'd have said at Christmas that we would be going down to the final game of the season with a chance of winning the title, we'd have snapped your hand off," said Davies.

"We are looking forward to it and it is a good chance.

"Going into the final game of the season with a chance of winning the title is unbelievable really from where we have come from.

"We are delighted that we have got a chance and hopefully we can take it down at Dagenham."

Davies, second top scorer with 20 goals following another superb season, added: "We have got to do everything we can do by winning our game and if Stockport slip-up, they slip-up.

"If they don't then fair play to them.

"We will just concentrate on ourselves and go down to Dagenham to get the three points.

"If Stockport win, they win, but as long as we do our part then that is all we can do."

Wrexham have only lost three games since the turn of the year and one of those was January's opening game at Notts County!

"Since January we have really kicked on," said Davies.

"With the additions to the squad, we are a strong team now and if we fall just short then so be it.

"But we are going to give it everything to the final whistle at Dagenham."

Wrexham are guaranteed a top-two finish, meaning the Reds will have a home game in the play-off semi-finals if they miss out on the title and avoid an eliminator tie.

"I don't think anyone will want to come to The Racecourse in the play-offs, and we will fancy ourselves against anyone," said Davies.

"If we do fall short on Sunday, we have got the play-offs but we have still got our sights on the title."