LUKE YOUNG is looking for a strong finish to the season and says Wrexham will be ready to capitalise if the teams above the Reds drop points.

Bryan Hughes side kick-off their Easter double-header with Friday's clash against Sutton United at The Racecourse knowing they are already guaranteed a play-off place with three games to go.

Wrexham, who sit fourth in the National League, trail leaders Leyton Orient by six points and are four behind second placed Salford, while Solihull in third are three ahead of the Reds.

Finishing second or third in the table will secure a home semi-final tie in the play-offs and avoid a preliminary round match, and Young says Wrexham have to continue picking up the points to continue pushing the teams above them.

"We have got two tough games over the Bank Holiday weekend to focus on but out full focus is firstly on Sutton," said Young.

"Our home form has been very good this season so we fancy our chances to beat anybody here.

"We know it is not going to be easy because Sutton have got half a chance of getting in the play-offs; they have still got things to play for, as of we.

"Just because we are in the play-offs now, we are not going to take our foot off the gas.

"We are going to keep going and keep everybody on their toes, to show that we are still fighting for the places above us and beyond the end of the season as well into the play-offs."

Young admits the pressure is off Wrexham to some degree now that they have clinched a top-seven finish.

But with a lot to play for in the final three games before trying to clinch promotion in the play-offs, Young says there will be no let-up from the Reds.

"It is nice that we have clinched a play-off spot so there is a little bit of pressure off you," said Young.

"We are just looking at the teams above us and trying to chase down them teams; third spot is within our grasp.

"We have got these three games now to try and build a bit of momentum going into the play-offs, whatever position we end up finishing."

Wrexham ended a run of three successive away defeats by beating Barnet 2-1 at The Hive on Saturday to seal a play-off spot.

It was Wrexham's second win in a row and Young says the Reds are heartened by recent displays and results ahead of the clash with Sutton which is followed by Monday's trip to Halifax Town and the final-day showdown with Harrogate at The Racecourse next Saturday.

"It is two wins back to back now, two good performances," added Young.

"To get a win away form home on Saturday is big and we have got to look forward to these three games now."