WREXHAM continue their promotion challenge against Barnet tomorrow with manager Bryan Hughes looking for an improvement in the Reds' away form.

Hughes saw his side take seven points from a possible nine during three successive matches on their travels in February but it was a different story the following month as Wrexham suffered three defeats in a row away from The Racecourse.

A trip to in-form Barnet will provide a tough test but Hughes hopes his side can build on Saturday's 3-1 home win over relegated Braintree and end their away-day blues with a positive result at The Hive.

"It is not about what other teams do, we are at that stage now where it is about us looking after ourselves and what we do in house," said Hughes.

"Saturday's result will go a long way for building that confidence factor now going into the last four games.

"It is going to be a tough game at Barnet, they have hit a bit of form of late and they are a strong outfit.

"But we will go there in good spirits and hopefully try and get rid of this recent away form off our back, go there with a good, positive performance and get a good result.

"I want us to feel positive going into every game."

Wrexham, down to fifth following Tuesday's results and six points behind leaders Leyton Orient, have four games remaining in their quest to secure at least a play-off spot.

Hughes believes his side can take a lot of the positives from Saturday's performance against Braintree when Bobby Grant and Chris Holroyd lined up either side of striker Stuart Beavon in a new-look front three.

"It was a good day for us," said Hughes.

"Obviously it was nice to get back to winning ways and I thought the performance value was a lot better than what we've done in recent times.

"I stuck with the same shape, albeit with two inverted wingers rather than out-and-out wider men, and I thought it helped us link the play up a bit better with Bobby coming inside from the right and Chris from the left.

"I thought there were some real good moments there that potentially could blossom over the next few weeks.

"It was pleasing to get the win and the fans were great as well, they got right behind the lads even though we have been in such a sticky run of late.

"Our home form is going to be important going forward and we will see where we come at the end of the season."