WREXHAM are so close to securing back-to-back promotions for the first time in the club’s history but Steve Parkin insists the players won’t be side-tracked by events elsewhere tomorrow.

Assistant boss Parkin says the Reds need to take care of their own business against rock-bottom Forest Green Rovers at The Racecourse before seeing if it is enough to secure automatic promotion.

The Reds secured a brilliant 4-1 win at home to Crawley Town on Tuesday to stay second in League Two and need five points from their final three games to guarantee a top-three finish.

However, Phil Parkinson's men will secure a second successive promotion if they beat Forest Green and MK Dons and Barrow drop points in their matches against Mansfield Town and Gillingham respectively.

Parkin insists Wrexham won't get ahead of themselves and their full focus will be on picking up victory in their match.

"You look at other results at the end of the game," said the Reds' assistant manager. "The important thing is we have just got to do our job.

"We saw last year that once you take your eye off the ball for one minute, cast your mind back to the Halifax away game and then we had all the pressure on to beat Notts County.

"We have just got to make sure that we do what we need to do at the weekend.

"Concentrate on what we do, which we will do, and if anything falls our way after that it will be a Brucie Bonus."

Parkin expects no let-up from Wrexham's rivals in the race for promotion so his side can't afford to take their foot off the gas in the quest for a place in League One.

"At this time of the year, we know how difficult wins are to come by," he said.

"More or less everybody has got something to play for; teams at the bottom, teams trying to get in the play-offs and obviously teams at the top.

"There's going to be no let-up from them to try and get promotion. We have just got to take care of our business and make sure we are on it."

Parkin won't take Forest Green lightly, knowing Wrexham needed a last-gasp Paul Mullin equaliser to salvage a 1-1 draw at The New Lawn in February's meeting between the sides.

"I am sure it will be a tough game," added the Reds' number two.

"We know how difficult the game down there was but we managed to get a point late on, and I am sure it will be no different."