CHRISTIAN DIBBLE is looking forward to 11 cup finals as promotion-chasing Wrexham enter a crucial final two months of the season.

The Reds extended the unbeaten run to five games after drawing 1-1 at Gateshead on Saturday thanks to substitute Cole Stockton's 93rd minute equaliser and now hold a two point lead at the top of the National League.

Having seen Wrexham miss out on the play-offs last term following a woeful run-in, Dibble is not only looking to cement a top-seven finish under Bryan Hughes but the goalkeeper is targeting the title.

"When you look at the end of the season it could be an absolutely massive point at Gateshead," said Dibble.

"We have got 11 games to go and 11 FA Cup finals.

"Last season we were in and around it, and then it went downhill.

"The main thing for us is to go up and we want to win the league. We don't want to go through the play-offs, we want to be up there and get it done with."

The first of those "cup finals" is against Chesterfield on Saturday when a bumper crowd is expected at The Racecourse.

"We are good at home, we have just got to go at Chesterfield, start well and hopefully come out with three points," added Dibble.

Dibble will be hoping to keep his place in the side for the visit of the Spireites.

The 24-year-old was restricted to two FA Trophy appearances this season due to the form of Rob Lainton but the first choice stopper was ruled out of the Gateshead clash due to a shoulder injury.

Dibble was handed his first league start since the goalless draw at Torquay on September 9, 2017, and although delighted to be back in the side, was disappointed with the goal he conceded.

"It has been a long wait, it has been a year," added Dibble.

"My last league game was Torquay away so it is nice to be back in but a bit of mixed emotions for me with the goal.

"Nine times out of 10 in training I would save that and it would come back out but unfortunately I have saved it, it has gone over my head and he had headed it in.

"On the plus side we have come away with a point. We have played a tough side who set up very defensively with a flat back five and we have got a point.

"It is a good point and we haven't lost in five games."