DAVIS KEILLOR-DUNN was happy to bide his time for a first Wrexham start but the attacking midfielder knew he had to take his chance when he got it.

The 22-year-old joined the Reds during the January transfer window and he made three substitute appearances before being handed a full debut at Bromley on Saturday.

It proved to be a wise move by manager Dean Keates as Keillor-Dunn marked a lively performance with a superb solo goal in the 2-0 victory.

But rather than bask in the glory of getting off the mark for Wrexham, Keillor-Dunn admits he needs to continue producing the goods.

"That is football. You have got to be patient and you have got to wait for your chance; you can't sit there looking down," said Keillor-Dunn.

"My chance would come and as soon as I got the nod, I knew I had to take it, look lively and get goals and assists.

"I am happy with the goal. I have just got to keep the consistency and if I can chip in with a goal every other week and the boys get the wins, I am happy with that."

Keillor-Dunn opened the scoring early on at Hayes Lane following a mazy run and cool finish.

"Obviously every player likes to score," he said.

"From an attacking midfielder's point of view, that is my game. I have to chip in with goals and assists.

"To get that goal, I am buzzing but if the boys are winning, I am happy whoever scores."

Keillor-Dunn heeded the advice of Keates and his team-mates.

"The gaffer, the skipper and all the boys have said shoot more and believe in yourself more," said Keillor-Dunn.

"I thought I was going to be a bit more direct when I got the ball.

"I engaged the defenders and midfielder, luckily I got the break and the finish as well."

Striker Jordan Ponticelli's late goal sealed victory after Wrexham had to soak up a lot of pressure in the second half.

"We knew it wasn't going to be easy," said Keillor-Dunn.

"The gaffer said just stick with the way we play and hopefully we can break them down, and we did at the end, so all the boys are buzzing."

Victory took Wrexham up to 17th position in the National League but still only two points above the drop zone as some of their relegation rivals also picked up positive results.

But Keillor-Dunn is not getting sidetracked by results elsewhere and is looking for Wrexham to continue their impressive record against the leading sides when the Reds head to fifth placed Yeovil on Saturday.

"We have just got to keep our heads on our own game," said Keillor-Dunn.

"You can't get sucked in and look elsewhere. Just concentrate on yourself and build momentum.

"We know our record is good against the top teams but we have got to have it against everybody; we can't just be good against the top teams.

"If you put that together and you get a good balance, you won't be far off."