RYAN BARNETT says the players haven't forgotten Accrington Stanley's "heavy" celebrations in the last meeting between the sides but says Wrexham have got used to being the team that everyone wants to beat.

Phil Parkinson's men went down 2-0 to Accrington at The Crown Ground on November 18, a game that Barnett missed because of a knee injury.

The teams meet again at The Racecourse tomorrow with Wrexham, currently fourth in League Two and three points behind leaders Mansfield Town with 12 games remaining, challenging for a second successive promotion.

Barnett accepts Wrexham, owned by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, are seen as big scalp by other clubs and says the onus is on the Reds to rise to the challenge.

"I was injured for that game but the lads said Accrington celebrated quite heavy after that win," said the wing-back.

"It's not something that you take personally. When we win games, we celebrate so you have got to take it both ways.

"It would be nice to get one over on them so bring it on.

"That's what you get when you play for this club, everyone wants to beat us.

"Since I have been here, we have almost used it as a challenge.

"We know every team is going to give 110 per cent because they want to beat Wrexham but we will be ready for it."

Wrexham boast the best home record in the division, although the away form is less impressive.

With seven of the final 12 games taking place at The Racecourse, Barnett wants to keep winning in north Wales but hopes that results pick up on the Reds' travels in the quest for a top-three finish.

"Everyone knows what we are like at home and we go into Saturday obviously trying to get three points and that should put us in good stead," said Barnett.

"All we want to do is change the away form but if we keep winning at home, I think that gives us a good chance.

"We have got such great support home and away; we always want to give 100 per cent and get as many wins as we can.

"If they keep coming at home and that gets us promoted, I will take it."

Barnett says supporters have created an electric atmosphere at The Racecourse and fans can continue to play a huge part in the final two months of the season.

"The whole squad loves playing at home because we have such good support," he added.

"I have not played in front of a better atmosphere than at The Racecourse when we are on fire.

"Even when we are losing in games, the fans always stick with us and get behind us."