Chris Holroyd refuses to concede defeat and insists his season is not definitely over due to injury.
The striker, Wrexham’s leading scorer with 13 goals, dislocated his toe in the 1-1 draw at Eastleigh on April 7 and has missed the last two league games. Wrexham, whose play-off challenge has faltered in recent weeks, only have two matches remaining, with Saturday’s trip to Leyton Orient followed by a final day home game with AFC Fylde.
Although he has not put a date on his return, Holroyd, who missed five weeks of the campaign after dislocating a shoulder in the opening day defeat to former club Macclesfield, still hopes to feature in the battle for a top-seven finish.
“The two times I have been out injured this year, right at the start of the season and right at the end, have been really frustrating for me,” said Holroyd. “But it is football and just a freak injury.
“I’m pushing hard to get back.”
Read more: http://www.leaderlive.co.uk/