ANDY CANNON isn't getting caught up in promotion talk and the in-form midfielder is fully focussed on trying to win tomorrow's clash with lowly Forest Green Rovers.

Tuesday's 4-1 home win against Crawley Town keeps Wrexham second in League Two and Phil Parkinson's side need five points from the final three games to guarantee a top-three finish.

The second placed Reds would finish the job off if they beat bottom of the table Forest Green, and MK Dons and Barrow drop points in their matches against Mansfield Town and Gillingham respectively.

However, Cannon's only concern is Wrexham producing the goods in their fixture.

"I know it's a cliche to say it but we just take it game-by-game and try to do our job," said the 28-year-old.

"We are second in the table, we just need to stay there and keep winning the games.

"Hopefully come the end of the season it's another good season.

"We know what we need to do but all focus is on Forest Green.

"We have just got to take care of our own results; we can't control anything else so we have just got to be ready for Saturday, put on a performance and get a result."

Cannon won't be taking Forest Green lightly when the visitors continue their battle to avoid relegation.

"It is another tough test," he said. "It will be different with the way Forest Green play compared to Crawley, we have just got to try and get the win."

Wrexham never looked back after going ahead against Crawley through Ryan Barnett midway through the first half, with top scorer Paul Mullin quickly making it 2-0 from Cannon's assist.

Cannon got the third after the break and Mullin added another before Crawley reduced the deficit in added time.

Although delighted with the performance, Cannon was disappointed not to keep a clean sheet.

"We were really good first half and then they came into it a bit in the second half but we managed to get a couple of goals," he said.

"It was a great result, although we were disappointed to concede at the end.

"It was more disappointing for the defenders and Arthur Okonkwo because I think he deserved a clean sheet.

"He was outstanding, coming to claim everything, but it was still a good result."

Mullin, who scored his 100th goal for the club in Saturday's 2-1 win at Colchester, has struck 23 times this season and is in a rich vein of form.

"We need him on current form," added Cannon.

"He scores a lot of goals and hopefully he can carry it on in the next few games."