SAM RICKETTS is demanding no let-up from Wrexham going into tomorrow's game at Eastleigh.

Wrexham have enjoyed a fantastic start to the season and Tuesday's 2-0 win against Maidenhead made it 10 points from a possible 12, taking the Reds to the top of the National League.

But Ricketts insists Wrexham cannot be satisfied with what has been achieved so far and must be focussed on putting in another performance against the Spitfires in pursuit of another win.

"It is four games, 10 points and it is a good start but it really means nothing," said Ricketts.

"We have got to push on and go again.

"There is no let up and there is no time to reflect. You reflect at the end of the season.

"It will be a tough game but we will just make sure we are as prepared as we can be going into it.

"Can we do what we have been doing well and can we do a little bit better at some things we need to be better at to try and get another result."

Wrexham led 2-0 at the interval against Maidenhead and had chances to kill the game off, with the visitors making a fight of it in the second half.

And although he is pleased his side have shown a real hunger to win matches, Ricketts would like to be more comfortable.

"Spirits are high but we are not winning games in as much comfort as what I would like," said Ricketts.

"There are things we need to get better on and keep working on, and that will be the case the whole season.

"We want to keep pushing and keep improving but what is good is we have got the team-spirit, character and will to win.

"We are managing to win games at the minute and yet I am still saying there is an awful lot to improve on."

Ricketts, who inherited 12 players from last season and made new eight signings in the summer, feels Wrexham will soon be playing at the intensity he wants for full games.

"The eight new players have gelled really well and that is testament to the lads already here and the character of the lads coming in," added Ricketts.

"We are still building fitness up.

"Some players still aren't up for a full 90 minutes of intensity that I want to play at so we have to keep pushing to try and improve every aspect of our game."