MAN-OF-THE-MOMENT Luke Young believes the win over league leaders Bromley shows the players are up for the fight and he hopes some supporters will be attracted back to The Racecourse when Wrexham aim to cause a cup upset this weekend.

Young’s sensational volley from the edge of the area against the Ravens last Saturday secured just a fourth National League win of the campaign and leaves Dean Keates’ strugglers two points adrift of safety.

The bid to climb out of the relegation zone will be put on hold when the Reds host League One side Rochdale in Sunday’s FA Cup first round tie at The Racecourse.

Just under 3,500 fans saw Wrexham beat the tabletoppers and Young would love to see more come through the turnstiles when the Reds target a cup shock.

“You can take the momentum into the weekend if it was a league game but it is still a game of football we want to win,” said Young.

“We are going it as underdogs so there is no pressure on us.

“We have just got to go out there and try and take the game to them as much as we can.

“Hopefully Saturday’s result can drag a few more people here to get behind us; everybody could see on Saturday that nobody in that dressing room has given up.

“We have got a good squad with talented players or we wouldn’t be here.

“We are going to go into it with a bit more confidence and hopefully we can put in a decent performance.

"There are no points at stake but we are going into the game to win it and anything can happen in the cup.”

The importance of picking up a much needed league win, and first since Keates returned for a second term as manager, was not lost on Young.

“We needed that win just to lift everybody in the dressing room and lift everybody around the football club,” said Young.

“Hopefully it can give us a boost going into the cup game.

"It was a better performance at Torquay last Tuesday but when it's not going your way, it is not going your way and we came away with a defeat.

"We tried to take the positives from that game into Bromley and we got the win we wanted."

Young believes that the victory proves how open the National League is and that every team is capable of beating each other.

“We knew it wasn’t going to be easy, they are top of the league for a reason and we are in the position we are in for a reason," added Young.

“It was a little bit edgy in the first 10 minutes but I think we grew as the game went on and we came away worthy winners.

“I’d like to think that this shows everybody in the league, everybody around the place, that there is not a lot in this league whatsoever and it is all about who comes out on top on the day.

“We were the ones to do that on Saturday.

"Everybody worked hard for each other and to get a 1-0 win and a clean sheet, it is massive for us.”