AKIL WRIGHT admits it is important Wrexham build on a much needed win when they continue the promotion push at Barnet this weekend.

The Reds went into Saturday's game against Braintree on the back of four defeats in five outings but Bryan Hughes' side triumphed 3-1 to remain among the National League leaders.

There are four matches remaining and Wright says Wrexham need to target another win against in-form Barnet to stay in the hunt for at least a play-off spot.

"Four massive games now," said Wright. "A tough away trip at Barnet on Saturday so we are fully focussed on that and we need to go there and get another three points.

"We can't go to Barnet and not turn up after Saturday's performance.

"We have go there and be positive, which I'm sure we all will be anyway, put on a good performance and hopefully get the three points."

Wright admits only a win would do against relegated Braintree to get the promotion challenge back on track following a poor run of form.

"They are games we have got to win," said Wright. "On the back of a couple of defeats, we needed a win and we got it.

"It was a good all-round performance from the lads and we controlled the game."

Fourth placed Wrexham face fierce competition for the title but Wright insists the Reds won;t give up while it is still mathematically possible to finish top.

"It is still quite close and it is not over yet," said Wright. "We are not going to give up on it until it is over.

"Cementing that play-off place is the main thing first and if the league is still up for grabs, we will be there to try and take it.

"But realistically speaking it is about cementing that place in the play-offs and second or third is the main objective.

"We have just got to stay positive. We got an important three points on Saturday and onto the next game.

"We have just got to focus on ourselves which is the main thing and take each game as it comes."

Wright completed the scoring against Braintree to take his tally for the season to five goals, leaving him one behind Shaun Pearson who netted the second to leave him as leading marksman.

"I am one behind the skipper who is ahead now," added Wright. "Four games left so who knows what can happen."