PHIL PARKINSON says Wrexham have worked hard to put themselves in the frame for automatic promotion and he has urged his players to make sure they stay in the top-three.

A 2-0 win over title rivals Mansfield Town at The Racecourse on Good Friday kept Wrexham third in League Two with six matches remaining.

The run-in continues with tonight's clash against Doncaster Rovers at The Eco-Power Stadium and Parkinson wants the Reds to continue taking care of their own business to remain on track for a second successive promotion.

"We will go Doncaster in good spirits but keeping our feet firmly on the ground because we've got to be ready to work hard like we have done done, particularly these last two games," said Parkinson, who saw his side win 3-1 at Grimsby prior to victory over Mansfield.

"I said to the lads that we enjoy the wins because you have got to and we took satisfaction as a group from Friday's win.

"But there is so much work to be done and we are ready to go to the wire.

"The finishing line is getting closer and they can smell than sweet smell of hopefully success, knowing there is a lot of work to be done.

"But the lads are relishing it and so they should because we have worked hard to get into the top-three this season and now the challenge, with six games to go, is can we stay there?"

Tonight's opponents Doncaster and up to 15th in the table after winning their last four games, the latest a 2-0 success over play-off contenders Crawley on Friday.

Parkinson won't be taking Rovers lightly but he says Wrexham head to south Yorkshire in buoyant mood.

"Doncaster have done better of late," added the Reds' boss.

"You would expect that for Doncaster because they are another team who has got promotion out of this division and been a League One team, and touching the Championship.

"They are a decent sized club at this level and expected to do well.

"We will go there and take the spirit, and the Wrexham army will be right behind us. I am looking forward to it."