Akil Wright says Wrexham must have the right mindset for Saturday’s National League finale, despite knowing their play-off dream is hanging by the slenderest of margins.
Wrexham head into Saturday’s final game of the term against sixth placed AFC Fylde sitting in 10th spot. It had looked for so long like Wrexham were play-off certainties, however a disastrous run of just six points from a possible 24 since the departure of manager Dean Keates to Walsall all but terminated their hopes of the top seven.
The Dragons have lost four of their last five outings and know only a win over the Coasters will give them any hope of a place in the top seven. And even then that might not be enough as they still need rivals Boreham Wood to lose and for Bromley and Dover to drop points.
But Wright, who is one of eight players under contract beyond the summer, says Wrexham must approach the game in the right manner.
“It is not over until it is actually and officially over,” said Wright on Wrexham’s play-off hopes. We have got to go into the game on Saturday with the same mentality we have had all season and try to get the three points.”
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