SALFORD CITY will be gunning for revenge this afternoon but Graham Barrow says Wrexham will be ready for everything thrown at them.

The National League title rivals met at The Racecourse on Boxing Day with Wrexham thrashing the Ammies 5-1.

Wrexham head to Moor Lane for the reverse fixture and Barrow knows Graham Alexander's side, who have lost their last four games, will be determined to make amends but he insists the Reds will be going all out to complete the double.

"Christmas has been fine, now we want the New Year to kick off well," said Barrow, who saw Wrexham follow-up the Salford success with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over high-flying Solihull Moors on Saturday.

"Confidence is not a problem, it is just when you turn a team over then Graham probably won't have to do a lot to fire his team up.

"I still see them as a dangerous side, a good side

"Salford had a little go at us for 10 minutes at the start of the second half, we saw that through. Salford played okay, we just played that bit better and more clinical

"I imagine they are going to come out of the traps going at us but we will be ready for that.

"They changed their system on Saturday, they played 3-5-2, so they are obviously looking for something and we have got to be ourselves.

"I think if we are ourselves and approach it the right way, we will be alright."

Wrexham have taken seven points from their three games over the festive period and the second placed Reds are only one point behind leaders Leyton Orient with a game in hand.

Although he is expecting another tough test, Barrow wants to leave Salford with another win in the push for promotion.

"We are coming through a tough period, us as a club and a dressing room we have to be ready," said Barrow.

"They are not going to be easy games but we have got games that we have to look for maximum points like we are doing.

"If we carry on doing that we will be very close."

Midfielder Paul Rutherford, who scored the only goal against Solihull at the weekend, admits Salford will be a wounder animal and Wrexham will again have to be at their best.

"Salford are going to be hurting," said Rutherford.

"They got beat 5-1 here and they will want to go and show that wasn't a fair scoreline in their opinion.

"I think they have had four defeats on the spin so they will want to put an end to that as soon as possible, they are going to be coming at us.

"Make no mistake about it, we are going to have to be at our top levels to make sure we get something from the game."

But Rutherford is gunning for three points.

"We are always positive, we always go into every game attacking it and hoping that we get three points," said Rutherford.

"We will prepare for the win, it is not in our nature to settle for a point.

"It is not going to be the worst result in the world if we draw but we are going there for the win and Salford will be the same, so we will have to be at our top levels to make sure we get that."