DAVIS KELLIOR-DUNN says he will thrive on the healthy competition between himself and fellow new signing Dan Jarvis which can only benefit Wrexham.

The duo, both attacking midfielders, have been brought in by Reds boss Dean Keates and made their debuts in Saturday's 3-0 home win against Woking.

Jarvis started and marked an impressive debut by scoring the second goal before being forced off in the 63rd minute because of cramp, with Kellior-Dunn taking his place.

Although he never got a goal, Kellior-Dunn caught the eye in his cameo appearance and the 22-year-old, pushing for a starting place against high-flying Harrogate Town at Wetherby Road tomorrow, can't wait to join his team-mate on the scoresheet.

"Dan is the same type of player as myself and playing with him will be good," said Kellior-Dunn.

"We can bounce off each other and make each other play better.

"There is little bit of healthy competition there, seeing who can get most goals and things like that.

"Dan did really well on Saturday and I am delighted for him. It was nice for him to get his goal and it just spurs me on even more to get up there with him."

Kellior-Dunn, who has been without a club since leaving Scottish Premiership side Ross County by mutual consent in September because he was seeking more game-time, was pleased with how his debut went as victory kept 18th placed Wrexham two points above the relegation zone.

"I had a few chances and I slipped the boys in a few times," said Kellior-Dunn.

"It was just good to get out there in front of the fans and I enjoyed it.

"That yard of pace will come back that I have been missing because I have been out a little bit."

Kellior-Dunn has penned a deal until the end of the season and he has vowed to impress Keates in the final 15 games by weighing in with goals and assists to extend his stay at The Racecourse.

"There are 15 games left and I think there is enough time there for me to make a big impact in the side, and just go from there," said Kellior-Dunn. "Sit down with the manager and see what his plans are.

"I am looking forward to it and I see it as a long, extended trial for myself.

"It is a chance for the manager to look at myself and just go from there.

"When I add goals and assists to my game, I have got to try and make his decision as easy as possible."

Although Wrexham are battling to avoid relegation, the move appealed to Kellior-Dunn and he believes the early signs prove he has made the right choice.

"I am buzzing to join Wrexham," said Kellior-Dunn.

"I heard nothing but good things about the place and the first few days confirmed that.

"The fans, facilities, the lads and management, it just seems like the perfect place and perfect fit for myself.

"It's not a bad place and one move up and we are in the Football League back where we belong.

"The boys played some good football on Saturday so I am not worried about relegation."