JORDAN MAGUIRE-DREW wasn't surprised with his Maidenhead wonder strike and the winger is backing himself to score more spectacular goals this season.

Maguire-Drew's stunning curling effort from outside the area found the top corner and helped Wrexham register a 2-0 win in midweek, taking the Reds top of the National League.

Wrexham head to Eastleigh tomorrow with Maguire-Drew in a rich vein of form having scored in the last two games, the first a more conventional header against Boreham Wood.

When asked whether it was a shock to see his shot at Maidenhead go in, he said: "No, because I practice it a lot in training and I am confident in my own ability.

"It just opened up for me and it came out sweet so I was happy to see it go in.

"They don't come much better than that but I practice them a lot in training and always back myself in those situations, I am confident in my own ability.

"I was always confident that I would make the goalkeeper work and luckily I caught it perfectly and it went where I wanted it to go.

"I will just try and do it as much as I can this season.

"I have scored a few better than that so I am just going to try and keep adding to my tally."

Brought in on a season long loan deal from Brighton and Hove Albion, Maguire-Drew is enjoying being at The Racecourse.

"I feel fit, I feel confident and I feel good in myself," said Maguire-Drew.

"I am just looking forward to Eastleigh now and hopefully push on.

"I am enjoying my football here. The fans are brilliant, the players are brilliant, it is a great group, and the staff are brilliant with me.

"I just want to keep it coming."

Maguire-Drew enjoyed a successful loan at Dagenham & Redbridge during the 2016-17 season, scoring 14 times.

Keen to weigh in with more goals and assists for Wrexham, Maguire-Drew admits there are parts of his game that he wants to improve on.

"I find that part of my game the easiest, the hardest part of my game is going backwards and defending," said Maguire-Drew.

"But the manager, all the staff and the boys are helping me with that so hopefully I can improve on that side and be a bit more of an all-round player.

"But going forward, creating goals and scoring goals, I find that real easy for me so I just want to keep adding to my tally."

Maguire-Drew is not getting carried away with Wrexham taking over as leaders, the Reds setting a new club record at Maidenhead after starting the season with four clean sheets for the first time.

"It is a very good start but it is a long season," said Maguire-Drew.

"I am sure we will have ups and downs but we have just got to take each game as it comes and hopefully come the end of the season it all counts and we will be right up there."

Wrexham were cheered on by nearly 400 fans at York Road and Maguire-Drew was taken aback by the number of supporters who made the long trip.

"It is unbelievable that," added Maguire-Drew. "The fans have been brilliant home and away.

"I can't thank them enough because they are a big part of pushing us on over the line as the 12th man.

"I just want to keep rewarding them."