NO-ONE was more disappointed than Jordan Ponticelli that Wrexham weren't in action last weekend but the striker is looking to pick up where he left off against Bromley tomorrow.

Ponticelli, who joined the Reds on loan from Coventry City until the end of the season during the January transfer window, was handed his first start at Chesterfield a fortnight ago.

The highlight of a lively performance was his first Wrexham goal in the 3-2 defeat, but Ponticelli was unable to build on that impressive full-debut as Saturday's home game with Torquay was postponed due to safety and weather concerns as a result of Storm Dennis.

Frustrated by the enforced break, Ponticelli will be raring to go when Wrexham continue their bid to avoid relegation at Hayes Lane.

"It was unfortunate that we couldn't get a game in," said Ponticelli.

"Obviously you have to take pre-cautions with the weather for the safety of the players and the fans.

"For me personally, scoring a goal and helping the team out as much as I could at Chesterfield, I wanted to keep that going so a week off wasn't really what I planned for.

"It is my job; you want to be playing and that is what you look forward to, the game on a Saturday.

"When that gets taken away from you, you can't help feel disappointed but we just move onto the next game."

Ponticelli, who made one substitute appearance for the Reds before his full debut at Chesterfield, has had positive feedback from his parent club.

"I have spoken to a few coaches at Coventry, not specifically manager Mark Robins," said Ponticelli.

"They heard that I did well and they are hoping I can push on and carry it on."

Wrexham took the lead twice at Chesterfield who levelled and scored an injury time winner.

Although his side were beaten, Ponticelli felt the performance warranted at least a point and he is looking for a similar display at Bromley but with the desired result.

"Hopefully we can have the same sort of team performance and get the result that we deserved from that game in this one," said Ponticelli.

"Before the loss we had a few good games and picked up a few key points so hopefully we can forget about the loss which wasn't deserved and get some more points."

Wrexham, 19th in the National League and two points above the drop zone with 12 games to go, will aim to take a step closer to safety on the artificial playing surface at Hayes Lane.

The Reds won their first ever match on 4G at Harrogate last month - Ponticelli made his debut as a substitute - and the frontman wants to make it two out of two.

"We train on 4G here quite a lot so I am getting used to it," added Ponticelli.

"But it is not something I am accustomed to playing on a Saturday.

"But it is a surface so you get on with it and play the best football that you can.

"It is three points at the end of the day so you will fight whether it is on a horrendous grass pitch or astroturf."