BRYAN HUGHES insists nothing has changed and Wrexham need to take care of their own business in the promotion race.

Wrexham have suffered two successive defeats, the latest a 3-1 loss to Barrow on Tuesday, and have dropped to third place, four points behind leaders Leyton Orient with the chasing pack making up ground on the Reds.

But rather than look at their rivals, Hughes is focussed on Wrexham keeping themselves in the hunt by beating strugglers Maidstone at The Racecourse today.

"I have said all along it is not about what other teams do, it is about what we do," said Hughes.

"That's going to be imperative when we go into the game against Maidstone.

"It is about us and on Tuesday we didn't do it well enough.

"We didn't pass the ball well enough, our decision making at times wasn't good enough and all them factors add up and we get a frustrated performance.

"That's what happened against Barrow and we can't allow that to happen against Maidstone.

"We have got to be on song, we have got to play with an intensity.

"Whether that is running with or without the ball, going forward with a bit of quality, all them aspects have got to come into the game."