LUKE SUMMERFIELD is king of the assists for Wrexham but the midfielder insists he is always striving to improve his game.

Summerfield has played in for the Football League for Plymouth Argyle, AFC Bournemouth, Leyton Orient, Cheltenham Town, Shrewsbury Town, York City, and Grimsby Town, who he left at the end of last season after rejecting a contract offer.

Snapped up by Wrexham boss Sam Ricketts, Summerfield has started all nine games and played a big part in the Reds' excellent start to the season.

Wrexham have scored 13 goals in the opening nine games with over half of them set-up by Summerfield, but there will be no let-up on his part.

"I think I am on seven or eight assists so hopefully I can get to double figures and keep improving for the boys," said Summerfield.

"I am not looking at it as a personal thing but if I keep doing the set-pieces, hopefully the boys will keep getting onto it.

"I will keep working on it in the week and hopefully it will be a big bonus for us for the rest of the season.

"But the main thing is that we keep winning as a team."

Both goals in Saturday's 2-0 win over Aldershot came from set-pieces taken by Summerfield but Wrexham were held to a 0-0 draw by Halifax Town in Tuesday's top of the table clash.

Summerfield admits Wrexham struggled to break down a well-organised Halifax defence but took positives.

"It was going to be a cagey affair with both teams near the top of the table," said Summerfield.

"We huffed and puffed to create some chances but we didn't put any away, we just could not get the quality in the final third that we have done in previous games.

"Halifax defended really well and we struggled to break them down but I don't think we were at threat at all, we were in control most of the game.

"We have come away from it with another clean sheet and we have got to take the positives from it.

"We have come away from a top of the table clash with a point and we will go again on Saturday."

Summerfield admits Wrexham, who head to bottom of the table Braintree this weekend, haven't produced a complete performance for a full-game yet and he can't wait until the Reds finally click.

"It is going to be a totally different game than Halifax," said Summerfield.

"Every game has been different so far and we have got to find ways to beat teams.

"We are going there with a lot of confidence after our start and we know there are things we can keep improving on

"There hasn't been one game where we have been amazing for 90 minutes and I am really looking forward to when it finally clicks.

"Every game in this league is going to be a really tough test but we know as players, staff, as a whole team, we can beat anybody on our day so we are looking forward to it."

Wrexham sit third in the National League with 18 points and Summerfield added: "If you gave us this start on August 1 then I think you would have snapped your hand off.

"The start we have had has been brilliant.

"One blemish and a couple of draws but the positive things from us as a group of players is we know we can keep improving."