Mark Carrington is no stranger to managerial departures at Wrexham but he believes new boss Bryan Hughes could be celebrating automatic promotion in a couple of months, The Leader report.

The 31-year-old, who arrived at The Racecourse in September 2013, is the longest serving player in the Reds squad and made his 200th appearance for the club earlier this season.

That was under Sam Ricketts whose assistant Graham Barrow also had a brief spell in the Wrexham hotseat before former Reds’ midfielder Hughes was last week unveiled as the third manager of the campaign.

Despite the changes, Wrexham have remained in the promotion mix and are only four points behind leaders Solihull with a game in hand.

Although the competition is fierce for the National League title with 14 games to go, Carrington insists Wrexham have as good a chance as anybody.

“It is all to play for,” said Carrington. “Results couldn’t have gone any better for us at the weekend so it has kept us right in the mix.

“We just have to take it one game at a time and make sure that we do our job, and see where it takes us.”

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