RYAN BARNETT insists Wrexham will just focus on themselves knowing there will be automatic promotion to celebrate - whenever it may be - if they continue winning their games.

Tuesday's brilliant 4-1 win over Crawley Town means Phil Parkinson's side need five points from the remaining three matches to guarantee a top-three finish.

However, Wrexham can secure a second successive promotion tomorrow if the Reds secure victory over bottom of the table Forest Green Rovers at The Racecourse, and MK Dons and Barrow drop points in their fixtures against Mansfield Town and Gillingham respectively.

Although they might have to wait to crack open the champagne, Barnett just wants Wrexham to make sure they pick up three points against Rovers knowing they will move even closer to a place in League One, even if their rivals also win.

"Sometimes it's hard to block out the noise with what people are saying, with how many points you need and all that," said the wing-back, who scored his first Wrexham goal in the win against play-off contenders Crawley.

"But we're a group that's extremely experienced in high-pressure games and high-pressure moments.

"We block that out and just focus on how many points we can get as a team and don't worry about what everyone else is doing.

"All we can focus on is ourselves; we don't need to worry about what everyone else is doing - we know that if we win our games, we will get promoted.

"If we keep picking up points, that will get us over the line.

"I think we have got enough in the squad to do it, we will focus game-by-game."

Barnett is not contemplating anything other than automatic promotion and would like to finish the job off at The Racecourse, saying: "That would be extra special but at this point, we just want to get it done.

"We are going to go into every game fighting and trying to get three points.

"If it is on Saturday, then it's Saturday, but if it's the week after then that's fine.

"We want to get it done by automatic promotion, we are just going to keep getting those three points and whenever it comes, it comes."

Barnett, a former Shrewsbury Town player who helped Wrexham clinch the 2022-23 National League title following his arrival from Solihull Moors, admits being back in the third-tier would be fantastic achievement for him personally.

"Back-to-back promotions is ridiculous, especially because I was released from a League One team," he said.

"To bounce back with back-to-back promotions and be back in the same league that I used to be in would be brilliant."

Forest Green are three points adrift of safety with three games remaining so Barnett knows Steve Cotterill's side can't be taken lightly.

"Most teams are fighting for something at this point," added the wing-back.

"Forest Green are fighting for their lives and we are fighting for promotion so we will be 100 per cent on it and looking for three points."