DRAGONS boss Denis Smith insists his team has plenty to play for this season.
Wrexham ended a run of four successive defeats with a 1-1 draw at Oldham on Tuesday.
Hector Sam's 19th-minute strike was cancelled out by Dean Holden on the stroke of half-time.
'I want us to finish in the top half and win the FAW Premier Cup,' said Smith.
Dragons fans will hope to turn the clock back almost exactly three years on Saturday, when Luton Town are the visitors.
Late goals from Brian Carey and Darren Ferguson earned Wrexham a 3-1 win in the last Racecourse meeting between the sides, in April 2001.
But Smith and his players have more painful memories of the clash at Kenilworth Road in November - from 2-0 down just before half-time, the Hatters came back to win 3-2.
Smith is confident his players will still be motivated, adding: 'If you're a professional, you believe other clubs would do their best, whenever they're playing.'
He was hit ahead of the trip to Boundary Park by the withdrawal of striker Chris Armstrong due to a pelvic problem.
'This is the most number of games I've played for several years and I think the old bones are playing up,' said Armstrong, who hopes to be fit to face Luton.
Carlos Edwards, Jim Whitley, Andy Dibble and Shaun Pejic are still on the sick list with hamstring problems, with Brian Carey struggling with a toe injury.