DANNY WRIGHT expects an “electric atmosphere” as former club Wrexham head to Solihull Moors this afternoon.

Both sides have started the season strongly and with a sizeable following from North Wales making the trip to Damson Park, Wright is relishing the Bank Holiday tussle.

“I am really looking forward to the game,” said Wright. “I’m sure there will be a good number of Wrexham fans making the trip and it should be an electric atmosphere.

“It’s a massive game and certainly one I can’t wait to play in.”

Solihull warmed up for the encounter with a 3-1 defeat at Harrogte, while Wrexham, with whom Wright spent two seasons chasing a place in the Football League, were held 2-2 by Bromley.

And Wright is glad to see his former club back up near the top of the table after a disappointing few years.

“Wrexham have made a great start to the season and they are looking really solid,” said Wright. “I know quite a few of the players there and it’s clear to see why they are in the position they are.

“They are one of the teams to beat and it’s pleasing to see them getting back to being up near the top challenging.

“I still follow Wrexham on Twitter so I show an interest in what they do as I had two great years up there.

“Wrexham should be at very least challenging to get out of the league, they are a massive club.

“There looks to be a buzz around Wrexham and it’s great to see. It’s great for the division to have teams like Wrexham in it.

“Any team that finishes above Wrexham this season will be there or thereabouts.”

“I’m looking forward to the games against them this season.”

Wright does have a word of warning for the Wrexham supporters, however, the striker stressing that there is no room for sentiment when the Reds arrive in Solihull.

“There will be no sentiment from me because I am a Solihull player and I’ve got a job to do,” continued Wright.

“After Saturdays results we will both be looking to pick up a good result and may the best team win.”

Wright is yet to score against Wrexham in four appearances against the Reds since departing from The Racecourse.

Can he end that run? Wright said: “Four games and no goals. It’s a statistic to change and I would love to score, but I want to score in every game.”

Would Wright celebrate is he managed to finally find the net against his former employers?

“A lot of strikers get caught up in the ‘I won’t celebrate’ stuff,” said Wright.

“When I left Wrexham I could have handled it a little bit better and I do have a lot of respect for Wrexham, and that won’t change regardless of whether I celebrate or not.

“It’s hard to answer the question as it might be a 90th minute winner. I’ve supported Arsenal all my life, but I’d still celebrate if I scored against them.

“It will be a tasty game and I’m sure I will get a little bit of stick off some fans, but that will make for a great atmosphere.”

Ominously for Wrexham, Wright believes he’s in better shape now than towards the end of his time with League Two Cheltenham, who he left in the summer.

“It was the right time to make the move back to the National League,” said the 33-year-old.

“Solihull are not part time but we have an extra day off and that helps my body recover. I feel better know than I did last year and Solihull will be getting the best out of me.”