Wrexham winger Jack Mackreth believes that his side will go into tomorrow’s derby match against Tranmere Rovers treating it as ‘just another game’.
The Dragons travel to Prenton Park unbeaten in our last six having drawn our previous three, and Mackreth wants to take the positives.
“It’s obviously a tough place to go to [Tranmere], we’re on a relatively good run and we’ve go to try and go there and get three points” said Jack.
“We’ve got to see it [form] as unbeaten, we would like to have picked up more points but we’ve got to just keep picking up points throughout the season now and they’ll all add up”.
The 25-year is now stranger to Prenton Park having began life in football with Rovers in 2008, and remained to sign professional terms in 2010 but departed a year later. He went on to re-join Tranmere in 2016 but made just eight appearances for the side, and will be looking to show them what they are missing this weekend.
“You always want to do well against your former clubs but it’s just another game for me now, obviously you want to do well against your former clubs and Tranmere’s a big club which makes it even more special”.
With every local derby there will be a bumper crowd at Prenton Park, and a large following from Wrexham’s away support which will certainly drive the squad.
“I think the fact that there’s going to be a lot of fans there we want to make it a good day for them and get three points.
“To be honest since I’ve been here the fans just want us to win and are always behind us, there’s a bit of pressure on us so I think with it being against Tranmere there is that added pressure but I think if we start well we’ll be fine.”.