CHRIS HOLROYD believes Wrexham's impressive start to the season has restored the feelgood factor at The Racecourse and got supporters believing the Reds can be successful this season.

Sam Ricketts' side beat Maidenhead United 2-0 on Tuesday and unbeaten Wrexham sit top of the National League after taking 10 points from a possible 12.

Holroyd is keeping his feet on the ground but after seeing the promotion challenge end last term following a woeful run-in, the striker admits is was vital to hit the ground running in 2018-19.

"We are not getting carried away, it is only four games in," said Holroyd.

"It always helps having a good start and just gets the feelgood factor.

"The way we finished last season, we needed that so I think having a good start has got the fans back believing that we can really do something this year.

"We all believe it as a squad, there is quality throughout, we have just got to keep performing."

Wrexham are yet to concede a goal, starting the season with four clean sheets for the first time in the club's history, while the Reds are also looking more of an attacking threat.

Holroyd just wants to keep churning out the results.

"There are going to be little patches where we might not be playing the greatest football so get the points on the board as quick as we can and just keep going," said Holroyd.

"Momentum is key in this league and if we can keep performing, there is no reason why we can't get a head of steam up and keep collecting the points."

Wrexham led 2-0 at the break against Maidenhead and had chances to kill the game off, something that Holroyd feels they need to start doing.

"We are playing some good stuff," said Holroyd.

"We did really well, took the lead and kind of let them get back into the game when we probably need to sustain it for longer periods and kill teams off.

"It was there for us to go three or four, but obviously delighted with the win."

Holroyd missed the start of the season through injury but made his return as a second half substitute in midweek.

"I was struggling a little bit with my groin and probably shouldn't have played the last pre-season game against Forest Green and just tweaked it then," said Holroyd.

"Obviously disappointed not to start the season but I am buzzing for the lads, from a team perspective we have had a great start.

"There is positivity about the place, we are looking dangerous and there is quality throughout the squad.

"You have to look at the lads that aren't even making the bench, you can see we have got a lot of options so things are looking good."

With lots of strikers to choose from, Holroyd knows even if he has to settle for a place on the substitutes bench then he still has to try and make a difference.

"I am back now so I will play my part where I can," added Holroyd. "You look at all the games, the lads that have come on have made a difference.

"That is something that the gaffer has really hit home that when you come on, you have got to improve what is out there and made a real difference.

"The lads have come on with the mindset and it has helped us."