BRYAN HUGHES does not feel complacency will set in now that Wrexham have booked a play-off spot.

Wrexham go into this afternoon's game against Sutton United with an outside chance of winning the title, although finishing second or three will give the Reds a better chance in the play-offs.

With three games to go, Hughes feels the players, who have got the promotion challenge back on track after registering two successive wins, are looking upwards rather than being content with their current position.

"This group of players have filtered with first position, second position, third position, all the way through the season," said Hughes.

"I think they have had aspirations of hopefully winning this league and we have still got them aspirations.

"It is still not mathematically out of our reach to win the league, although we know it is going to be a bit more difficult with only three games to go.

"It is about finishing as high as we can and the players are all mentally prepared for that.

"They are the ones who have given themselves a chance. They have put things to bed over the last few weeks, they have picked up six points along the way and it has brought that belief back into the team that hopefully they can do something this season."

Sutton, ninth in the table and six points behind seventh placed Eastleigh, are still in play-off contention so Hughes knows the visitors there is something riding on the game for the visitors.

"They are all tough games and this one is going to be no different," said Hughes.

"We know it is going to be a difficult game, especially with them having an outside chance of the play-offs.

"Sutton nearly surprised Leyton Orient at the weekend so we are going to have to plan and prepare as we do.

"Hopefully our game-plan will out-muscle theirs and we get the three points again. "We are going to try and win every game and see where it takes us."

All the teams are preparing for an Easter double-header - Wrexham visit Halifax Town on Monday - and Hughes admits the promotion picture could change.

"I think the Easter weekend is going to be a big one," said Hughes.

"Two games in three days for teams, there are going to be twists and turns.

"We have just got to look after what we are doing and hopefully at the right time, we are starting to build momentum again.

"We will see where we are come the end of the season."