PAUL HALL is adamant Wrexham will beat the drop – and says their relegation rivals must now fear them.
The midfielder scored his first goal for the Dragons in Sunday’s 2-0 win at derby rivals Chester, which leaves Wrexham just three points from safety as they fight for Football League survival.
And ahead of another crucial away clash at promotion-chasing Wycombe Wanderers tonight, Hall says everybody at the Racecourse believes Wrexham can stay up.
“We’ve always believed we can stay up,” said the 35-year-old yesterday. “It’s no use being there and going out on to the pitch if you don’t think you can beat the top teams.
“It’s in our hands now – we’ve shown we can beat the top teams, and we’ve shown at Chester we can go away and get a result. We’ll be looking to go down to Wycombe and get some points tomorrow night.”
He said Wrexham’s rivals would now be looking nervously over their shoulders, adding: “Other teams are going to be looking at us now thinking ‘they’ve got games in hand and they’ve got a bit of form’. We think we can do it – and they’ll be looking at us thinking ‘they can do it’.”