DENIS Smith says his side will have no fear of title chasers Hull City when he takes the Reds to the KC Stadium on Saturday, writes Paul Wheelock.
Although the Wrexham boss believes Peter Taylor's team will be playing their football in the Championship next season, he knows his Dragons go there with confidence high after a run of four league games undefeated.
However, Wrexham - who drew 2-2 with Hull in October after knocking them out of the Carling Cup in August - remain in the League One drop zone but Smith reckons they can get out of trouble.
He said: 'It's an important game but all games are important. They are a massive club and a good team who shouldn't be playing in this division.
'But we're a decent side ourselves when we've got everybody fit, and that's been the problem we've had this season - on top of everything else that's gone on - because at times we've had to field half-strength teams.
'But that situation is improving and we won't go there fearing them. We're on an unbeaten run and we want to continue that until the end of the season.'
Wrexham missed the chance to move closer to safety when fellow strugglers Torquay United left the Racecourse with a 1-1 draw on Saturday.
Smith said: 'We were obviously pleased to get a point but it's a game we should have won.
'The conditions were difficult and after they got an early goal, they sat back and made it difficult. It was up to us to break them down so it was relief when we got the goal.'
As the Mail was going to press, in-form Juan Ugarte (groin) was a doubt for Tuesday's LDV Vans Trophy Northern Area Final first leg at Oldham Athletic. The winners will face either Bristol Rovers or Southend United in the Millennium Stadium showpiece.
Danny Williams (hamstring), Andy Holt (ham-string) and newly-capped Welsh international Steve Roberts (ankle) have also been receiving treatment for knocks.
Captain Darren Ferguson is shaking off the flu while Chris Armstrong has returned to training.
Wrexham entertain Colchester United on Tuesday night.