MARK HARRIS wants to go out on a high before he takes a break from Wrexham's National League campaign and focusses on international commitments.

The striker, who has scored three goals since joining the Reds on a season-long loan from Cardiff, has been called up by Wales under 21 head coach Paul Boden for games against Belgium and Germany.

Although he is available to face Stockport tomorrow, Harris is due to link up with the squad on Sunday and will miss Tuesday's home match against Maidenhead as well as Wrexham's Scottish Challenge Cup clash with Ayr next Saturday.

After Wrexham lost 4-2 at Hartlepool on Monday, Harris wants to sign off with victory over Stockport.

"We have got the game tomorrow which I am going to be involved in and I am meant to be meeting up with Wales on Sunday," said Harris.

"Hopefully we can get three points against Stockport.

"I am going to be away with Wales for a week or so and after Monday's result, I am looking at going away with three points."

Reds boss Bryan Hughes hopes to have Harris in his plans for Tuesday's visit of Maidenhead.

"We will make a few calls and get him available for the Maidenhead game," said Hughes.

"We are still trying but with international teams, he has got a duty to go to his country and make sure he is there when they all meet up but we are trying to push a few buttons."

Harris would be happy to face Maidenhead before turning his attention to Wales' double-header.

"I am hopeful I can be available on Tuesday and if I make that one, brilliant," said Harris.

"If not I will just focus on Wales for that week but six points out of them two games is exactly what we want for Wrexham."

Centre-back Jake Lawlor will begin a four match ban tomorrow after Hughes opted against appealing the red card he was shown at Hartlepool.

"From our footage, I felt like it was justifiable to maybe put an appeal in," said Hughes.

"We have got to try and determine whether it is two-footed or not and from the Hartlepool footage, it looks like a two-footed challenge so we decided not to go with it."

Hughes hopes Michael Chambers, who would come in for Lawlor, and left-back James Jennings are both available after the duo missed out at Hartlepool through injury.

"They have responded to treatment which is positive," added Hughes. "We will obviously give them as long as we can.

"Both of them are important parts of the squad and hopefully they will be ready."