WREXHAM head to Maidenhead United tonight with a fully fit squad and Sam Ricketts wouldn't be afraid to change a winning team.

The Reds visit York Road on the back of an unbeaten start to the National League campaign, Saturday's 3-0 win against Boreham Wood making it seven points from a possible nine.

Although it has been a relatively settled side so far, Ricketts has made changes to his front three and he has no qualms about freshening things up if he needs to.

"I like change," said Ricketts. "That is the way football is going.

"You don't want to kill the rhythm or the confidence of players or the team but when you have got really good players who you can freshen things up and bring into the team, it is a massive bonus.

"We can rotate a little bit and keep the players and the side fresh, and you bring in like for like players quality-wise.

"We haven't got a starting XI who are miles ahead of everyone else, we have got a squad who are all good players and anyone can play.

"If we want to be successful we need to use our depth of squad to our advantage.

"Take each game as it comes; how the opposition play, how we are playing and how do we want to approach the game."

Ricketts is delighted with the way Wrexham have started the season but feels there are areas to improve on ahead of back-to back away games at Maidenhead and Eastleigh, who host the Reds on Saturday.

"We have got plenty to work on but it was a really good first week," said Ricketts.

"I love the fact we have got things to work on and we are not the finished article.

"I don't know if I will ever be fully satisfied with any performance, you are always trying to get better and improve.

"I am looking forward to this week, a lot of travelling but that is what this league is."

Ricketts admits Wrexham weren't at their best on Saturday but felt his side's qualities at both ends of the pitch shone through in the end.

"If it is a tight game and it can swing either way, we have quality at both ends," said Ricketts.

"One, to keep a clean sheet but also quality at the other end to get the all important goals.

"You saw that with the first goal which was a great cross and a back post header back across goal.

"The cross made the goal and that is the quality in the final third that we need and what we have got."

Three different players - Jordan Maguire-Drew, Rekeil Pyke and Mike Fondop - scored against Boreham Wood and Ricketts is pleased his side are sharing the goals out.

"You don't want to rely on any one person and there are plenty more that will get goals as well given the opportunity," said Ricketts.

"That is the most pleasing thing that we have got goals hopefully coming from many areas and not just one or two.

"We have strength in depth and real quality players.

"Chris Holroyd had a little niggle which is why he missed the start of the season but he is raring to go, as are other players.

"But the players at the minute are doing well so it is important they keep doing well but as a squad, everyone will be needed and when they step in, they have got the quality."

Maidenhead have only taken one point from their first three games but will not be taken lightly.

"They are athletic and have got some pace and power in the team," added Ricketts.

"It will be a tough place to go to and we have to go there knowing we have to be at full metal."