LUKE SUMMERFIELD is pleased with what Wrexham have achieved this season but the midfielder is not content with reaching the play-offs.

Wrexham finished fourth in the National League with 84 points, just five behind champions Leyton Orient, to secure a play-off spot for the first time in six seasons.

The Reds, who host Eastleigh in Thursday's preliminary round tie, sealed a top-seven finish despite having three managers during the campaign, with Bryan Hughes currently in the Racecourse hotseat.

Summerfield believes there are a lot of positives to take and hopes to finish the job off by winning promotion back to the Football League.

"We can look back on certain things in the season," said Summerfield.

"We have had a few ups and a few downs but we have got to take a lot of positives from the season.

"I can't speak highly enough of the group of lads we have had, we have worked our socks off to get here and we know if we can win three games from now on in we will get promoted.

"With the changes behind the scenes, it has been a big bonus to finish fourth and we are all looking forward to Thursday."

If Wrexham beat Eastleigh they will head to Salford City on Sunday in the semi-finals, but Summerfield is focussed on the Spitfires.

"The way the play-offs have come about, it is hard not to look past Thursday," said Summerfield.

"But all our focus in on Eastleigh and preparing right.

"We can't look too far ahead and if we win, we will take it from there.

"Whatever team the gaffer picks, we know if we play to the best of our ability we can cause anybody in this league a problem.

"Hopefully we can cause Eastleigh a lot of problems and we come away with a win."

Summerfield, in the Cheltenham side that lost 2-0 against Crewe in the 2012 League Two play-off final, is experiencing a new format with Wrexham.

"I have been in the play-offs a few times," said Summerfield. "I would rather not say how I got on for Cheltenham at Wembley!

"This is the first time I have been in the scenario where you have got to win three games instead of the usual two-legged play-off and get yourself to Wembley.

"It is a different format for me but if we win three games, we get promoted."

Wrexham secured fourth spot after coming from behind to beat Harrogate 2-1 on Saturday.

Hughes took the opportunity to rest the likes of Rob Lainton and Shaun Pearson ahead of the play-offs and Summerfield praised the players who came into the side.

"It was a massive thing to come from behind and win," said Summerfield.

"It was a strange game to prepare for. We knew we were in the play-offs and we knew how big the week ahead was for the football club.

"But we prepared right for Harrogate and all the boys did fantastic; a special mention to the young lads, I thought they adapted really well.

"It was a tough game to come in with the conditions but the boys were magnificent."

Summerfield, who has recently returned to action after nearly three months out with a calf problem, played the first half and he was delighted to get more minutes under his belt.

"Minutes were going to be massive for me in the run-in," added Summerfield.

"Whatever I can do for the team, the squad, I will do and to get another 45 minutes under my belt was a big bonus.

"Another good week's training and we will all prepare ready for Thursday."