BRYAN HUGHES is plotting Leyton Orient's downfall but the Wrexham manager insists the destiny of the National League title won't be decided on Saturday.

Wrexham are top of the National League and face an Orient side who sit third, five points behind the Reds with two games in hand.

Although the clash at Brisbane Road has been billed as a title decider, Hughes says all of Wrexham's final 10 fixtures are huge games in the race for the one automatic promotion spot.

"A big game coming up on Saturday and people are going to emphasise this week how important it is," Hughes said about the fixture which is being screened live by BT Sport and kicks off at 12.30pm.

"We are just going to concentrate on Leyton Orient, they are our next opponents and the next game is the biggest one for me

"I'm not too worried about how the results went last weekend, it is just about us.

"We are top of the league and Orient are the next team up for us. We will go there and try and get the right result.

"People will say it might be the decider going forward but there are still plenty of games to play after next week; we will just focus on what we have to do."

Wrexham have lost twice against Orient at The Racecourse this season, the O's winning November's league game 2-0 and also dumping the Reds out of the FA Trophy in January, and Hughes is expecting another difficult game.

"They are all big games, they are all cup finals now," said Hughes.

"Leyton Orient are a good team, they are very strong and they are up there on merit.

"They have got some good players, strikers who are scoring goals which is always nice and it is going to be a tough game.

"We have played them a couple of times this year already so we know a lot about them.

"We have got to plan and prepare like we always have and just see what the result is."

Wrexham make the trip unbeaten in six games, the latest a hard fought 1-0 home win against Chesterfield on Saturday.

Akil Wright's 62nd minute goal secured victory and although Hughes admits his side weren't at their best, he was delighted to secure three points.

"Saturday is going to be a big game, it is live on television, the nation will be watching and they are the games you want to play in, a top of the table clash," said Hughes.

"We are going to go there full of confidence, we are on a good run of form and we are playing well.

"It wasn't the greatest of performances from us on Saturday but we got the result and that was important.

"To not play as well as we have done in previous games and still come away with the result was really pleasing as a manager."