THERE'S been no shortage of away day joy for Wrexham recently and Phil Parkinson wants more of the same at Accrington Stanley tomorrow.

Since losing 5-0 at Stockport County on Stockport County on September 23, the Reds have gone 11-games without defeat in all competitions.

Wrexham have made The Racecourse a fortress since Parkinson took charge two-and-a-half years ago but there has also been a lot to celebrate on the road during the unbeaten run, including stand-out victories at rivals Notts County and Mansfield Town.

Currently second in League Two, the Reds are in a rich vein of form but although Parkinson wants another away win at The Crown Ground, he won't be taking eighth placed Accrington lightly as John Coleman's side aim to go straight back up following last season's relegation.

"We have had some tough challenges away from home," said the Reds' boss.

"We will be reminding the lads of what it has taken to get those results and I am looking forward to seeing us implement that again at the weekend.

"But any team which gets relegated, their aim is to go straight back up and it will be a good test for us.

"Accrington were on a good run in October, they have had a couple of difficult results but I have already watched a couple of those games and against Colchester they should have been out of sight and won.

"I have got lots of experience of going to Accrington and playing against John Coleman's team, and we will need to take our A-game there to get a result.

"We certainly won't be under-estimating Accrington and we will go there with the same mindset we took to Notts County and Mansfield.

"We are going to play a top team in the division who have got aspirations to be not just in the play-offs but in the top three themselves.

"It will be a really competitive game but the lads will be ready for it."