MIKE FONDOP is a man in form but the striker insists Wrexham's excellent start to the season has been a team effort.

Summer signing Fondop, who played for Halifax Town and Guiseley last season, has scored four goals in five games, helping Wrexham take 13 points from a possible 15 to go top of the National League.

Although pleased to be a regular on the scoresheet, fans favourite Fondop insists all the players have played their part in the excellent start.

"I am just delighted I have started like this," said Fondop, who was also in the goals during pre-season.

"It has been really good but not only me, it is all about the team.

"Everyone has been participating and everyone is giving everything.

"I am just trying to do my job and I know it is my job to score goals."

Fondop's latest goal came in Saturday's 3-1 win at Eastleigh, the frontman managing to beat defender Reda Johnson before finding the back of the net.

"It wasn't easy because he was quite physical," said Fondop.

"We saw video clips of Eastleigh before the game and I went for my strength against his weaknesses because I know he is quite powerful and strong.

"But I knew I could take him with my pace in a one-on-one situation and thankfully it went in.

"I didn't expect it to go in because I did not really take it well but the most important thing is it went into the goal."

Fondop's late goal came at an important time as Eastleigh had got themselves back into the contest.

Manny Smith and an own goal put Wrexham ahead after just 13 minutes but despite having a player sent off in the second half, Eastleigh reduced the deficit to give them a glimmer of hope until Fondop made the game safe.

"After they scored we were under pressure so we had to kill the game off," said Fondop.

"If they didn't score it would have been a lot easier.

"We didn't want a draw, we went there to get three points so after scoring that goal I was so happy to kill the game off."

Manager Sam Ricketts felt Wrexham's performance in the opening 20 minutes was the best his side have played this season, but Fondop insists the Reds can get even better.

"That is not really the best you have seen from us," said Fondop.

"You have seen a team trying to build and there is more to come. We have got so much quality in the team.

"Everybody is important to the team and we are still trying to build that bond.

"Off the pitch it is already good but on the pitch, that will come with games."

Fondop has started all five matches and although Ricketts has shown a willingness to change his front three even if Wrexham have won, the Cameroonian hopes to play every game.

"The gaffer can only name 11 players but if you are on the pitch or off the pitch, you are still part of the team," added Fondop.

"I don't know if I am going to start every game but at some point, the ones on the bench will have to come and play because it is really hard to play 40 games in a season and still be fresh.

"Sometimes we need fresh legs but I am happy because that is what you work for in pre-season, you work on match fitness and the physical aspect of it.

"Yes, I want to play every game but if I don't feel really fresh or feel I have a knock, I will just go and see the gaffer and let him know to be fair to everyone.

"I want to start every game but I still have to feel fresh and it is the gaffer's decision after all."