THE home form is much better than the away record but Phil Parkinson says the overall points total is all that matters in the quest for a second successive promotion.

Wrexham boast the best home record in League Two but the Reds' form on the road is far less impressive.

When asked about fears that the poor away form could hamper the chances of securing automatic promotion, Parkinson said: "What will determine the top-three finish hopefully will be the points total whether they are home or away."

Although they didn't have the results to show for their efforts on the road in a frantic February, Parkinson feels the Reds' performances were much better on their travels.

"We drew at Forest Green, lost at Gillingham, were outstanding when we drew at MK Dons and we beat Sutton so we have lost one out of the last four," said the Reds' boss, who is back at The Racecourse tomorrow when Accrington Stanley are the visitors.

"If you look at the last four away games, we can't do much more.

"We have freshened the team up, we have had a plan B from the bench if we needed it.

"We are trying everything but for the dominance we have had, and you go back to six weeks ago when we didn't get any control in the away games, these last four away games have been different.

"We have controlled the games a lot better and the moments will come if we keep playing in that manner."