BRYAN HUGHES wants Wrexham to make the most of the run of home games coming up.

Four of the next five National League matches are at The Racecourse, starting with Saturday's visit of Barnet.

Wrexham have won their opening two home fixtures and Hughes is looking for his side to continue that form in the coming weeks.

"We have made a solid start," said Hughes. "It could be better, we could be sat top of the league with the situations we have got ourselves in with the away games especially, but we're not.

"We've had a solid start and now we've got a real chance to build on that with the home games coming up.

"Everyone knows our home form is pretty strong, we have got to make sure it still is come the end of them games."

Wrexham, still looking for their first away win of the season, have taken eight points from a possible 15.

Those first five games came in the opening fortnight of the season and Hughes welcomed having a free midweek before Wrexham return to action with a Bank Holiday double-header, the Barnet clash followed by Monday's trip to Hartlepool.

"There is no let-up but this week does give us a bit of respite," said Hughes.

"Even though we have lost a day playing at Notts County on Sunday, it gives us a bit more time to work with the players on the training ground which we haven't really had over the last couple of weeks because it has been such a hectic schedule.

"But then it kicks on again playing Saturday and Monday over the Bank Holiday, two tough games but games we are looking forward to.

"We are confident in what we are trying to achieve and even though we didn't put in our strongest performance on Sunday, we were very satisfied with getting a point against a resurgent Notts County who will be there or thereabouts as well.

"The league this season is going to be very open. Every year it is getting competitive, every team is investing and once you get 10-12 games out of the way, you will see a mini-league forming."