MARK CARRINGTON has urged fans to turn up in huge numbers this weekend and help Wrexham continue the fantastic start to the season.

Wrexham go into Saturday's game against Bromley at The Racecourse unbeaten in five games, a haul of 13 points from a possible 15 taking the Reds to the top of the National League.

Sam Ricketts' side have played some excellent, attacking football and conceded just one goal, and Carrington is pleased supporters are being entertained.

"I think there will be a lot there and so there should be," said Carrington.

"The boys are playing well, it is good football to watch and it is exciting.

"We need to get as many fans down there as we can, get the atmosphere going and hopefully they will push us over the line."

Wrexham were once again backed by another healthy away following at Eastleigh on Saturday with nearly 300 fans seeing their side win 3-1 at The Silverlake Stadium.

"It is unbelievable," said Carrington. "One of the Eastleigh lads actually said to me on the pitch 'how are your fans louder than us?' I said: 'have you got any here!'

"They were singing all through the game, it is what the lads need when you come away from home.

"When it gets tough they give you that extra little bit of a push.

"If we can get a big crowd on Saturday and get us going again it will be good."

That was Wrexham's first ever win against Eastleigh in Hampshire at the fifth attempt, with the previous four games all ending in draws.

"I said to the lads before the game that today is the day when I finally get a win here, I keep drawing at Eastleigh," said Carrington, who is Wrexham's longest serving player.

"I said we would beat them and we did.

"We owed them one to be honest and I am glad that we have got that win."

Wrexham got off to the ideal start, Manny Smith and an own goal putting the Reds 2-0 with just 13 minutes on the clock.

Although they had a player sent off in the second half, Eastleigh pulled a goal back to give them a glimmer of hope but Mike Fondop's late goal secured a deserved victory.

"We have come away from home and another good performance and another good win which is always nice," said Carrington.

"Two early goals settled us really well and then I thought we played some good stuff.

"We should possibly have scored a few more goals but a good win in the end."

Eastleigh made a fight of it after making it 2-1 but Fondop scored his fourth goal in five outings.

"Sometimes that happens when a team goes down to 10 men," said Carrington.

"I don't know whether it is psychological or maybe switch off a little bit, we did let them back in which is a bit poor on our part.

"But then the big man went down the other end and grabbed one which has settled us again."

Carrington is not getting carried away with the unbeaten start but he is enjoying being top of the table.

"It is early days and there is a long way to go but someone has got to be top so why not us?" said Carrington.

"We have just got to take it one game at a time, keep doing the basics and keep churning it out.

"If we keep doing that, knock them down one at a time as they come and see where it takes us."

Carrington, who joined Wrexham in September 2013 and made his 200th appearance for the club at Eastleigh, believes there is a lot more to come from the Reds.

"It is really good," said Carrington. "We are looking strong, no-one is getting carried away but there is a lot more to come as well.

"I don't think we have hit our peak, there is a lot we can improve on but we are doing well and getting the wins which we need to keep going and hopefully this is the one."