BRYAN HUGHES doesn't want his players being fazed now that Wrexham are the team to catch in the race for the National League title.

The Reds go into tomorrow's game against Chesterfield at The Racecourse holding a two point lead over second placed Solihull Moors.

Leyton Orient and AFC Fylde are among the sides also in the hunt for automatic promotion but Hughes, unbeaten in four games since he was appointed manager, is just concerned about his side doing their job in the final 11 matches.

"You always want it to go well," said Hughes. "You come into a club who was doing well, in and around the play-offs.

"The last four results while I have been in charge we are unbeaten and taken 10 points from a possible 12.

"It is all looking good, we find ourselves top of the league now but once you are top of the league you are there to be caught, and we have got to be mindful of that.

"All we can do is concentrate on what we are doing, don't look about anyone else's results.

"It is all about us and our focus and us building momentum; the next team up is Chesterfield and now we have got to deal with them."

Chesterfield have improved since John Sheridan was appointed manager in January and Hughes is expecting a trickey test but one he is looking forward to.

“It is going to be a big test for us and a test we are relishing," said Hughes.

"We know their strengths, we know their weakness and it is about us exploiting it and everything falling into place on the day.

"Chesterfield are a strong team, they have got good forward options and play quite expansive at times but on the flip-side, they are very organised like many teams when they come here.

"They sit behind the ball and try and hit us on the counter so we have got to make sure we aware of that and make sure we are ready for it.

“We just have to approach it the way we have done and focus on us, and hopefully that will be enough."

Wrexham return to what will be a packed Racecourse after three successive away games where they travelled more than 1,200 miles, taking seven points from a possible nine.

"It is good to be back home after the long journeys," said Hughes.

"Hopefully we get a good attendance with us sitting proudly top of the league. Hopefully the fans can come out and make a lot of noise for the players and we can have a response."