GRAHAM BARROW wants Wrexham to take advantage of being knocked out of the FA Trophy tomorrow.

Wrexham ended a run of five defeats without a goal by beating Maidenhead 1-0 on Saturday and the fifth placed Reds are only four points behind leaders Leyton Orient, and within one of Salford, Solihull Moors and AFC Fylde.

Barrow's men would overtake those three teams, and make up ground on Orient, by making it two wins in a row against Boreham Wood tomorrow.

The top four are all on FA Trophy duty and Reds will be looking to capitalise by moving up to second place with three points at Meadow Park.

"All the top teams are playing in the Trophy so Saturday is a big game for different reasons now," said Barrow.

"It is a chance to make up ground and make them pay for being in the competition."

Barrow stressed the importance of Wrexham building on last week's win when they face mid-table Wood, beaten play-off finalists last season.

"Life becomes a bit easier but that is just the nature of the game," said Barrow.

"I have been through it many times but now we have got to build on it.

"You can't just win a game and then stop again."

Barrow, who was scouting for Fylde before arriving at The Racecourse in the summer, initially as Sam Ricketts' right-hand man, has unhappy memories of his last trip to Meadow Park.

Fylde were beaten by the Wood in the 2017-18 play-offs, although one consolation is Barrow knows Wrexham will be playing on an excellent playing surface.

"A good pitch, that is the outstanding thing for me going there," said Barrow.

"I went there last year with Fylde in the play-offs and I was amazed because I hadn't been there.

"To see that pitch, that really is inviting so hopefully we can respond to that."

Midfielder Luke Summerfield picked up a calf injury in last week's victory and is set to be replaced by Luke Young, who came off the bench to score the winner.

"I don't think it is a real serious one," added Barrow. "At the most he will miss two games.

"He usually recovers quite well and I would think he will have a chance in the next home game."