DEVONTE REDMOND believes he and Wrexham are seeing the benefits of the midfielder having a run of games in the side.

The Reds entertain fellow strugglers Aldershot tomorrow and Redmond, in and out of the team in recent months, should make his fifth successive league start.

Since being back in favour with manager Dean Keates, Redmond set-up two goals for JJ Hooper in the Boxing Day win against Chorley and scored himself as Wrexham beat the Magpies on New Year's Day.

"It is good to get a few games and be able to see the pictures that I am seeing in my head before I get the ball," said Redmond. "I think that comes with games.

"It is difficult when you are in and out of the team, you can never really get your match rhythm.

"That's the kind of player I am - I need games to be able to show my best form and I am just grateful to the gaffer for giving me the opportunity, so hopefully I can keep it going.

"As long as I keep working hard for the team and getting the assists for JJ and the strikers, I think I can continue helping the side."

Redmond scored his second league goal of the season at Chorley and admits he should be getting more.

"It is always nice to score but the most important thing is that you can help the lads and I am glad that I contributed," said Redmond.

"Since Notts County I had the one goal in the cup but I don't really count that.

"When I saw Omari Patrick open up, I thought I could get on the end of it and I was happy to put it in.

"More goals has got to be the aim for me; with my physique, I can get from box to box so that is something I need to add to my game to have success in my career so I am looking to do that more often."

Although they completed the double over Chorley, Wrexham lost at Sutton and Maidenhead over the festive period.

The first win of 2020 at Victory Park took Wrexham out of the bottom four and Redmond knows the Reds need to put a run together in the fight against relegation.

"It is important we don't go back to what happened at Sutton and Maidenhead," added Redmond.

"We have got to put a run together and you never know what can happen.

"That has got to be the aim. We can't be winning one game and losing the next, you never get any rhythm.

"We are back at home against Aldershot, the crowd will be behind us and I don't see why we can't win."