DAN JARVIS believes there are "plenty of goals to be had" when Wrexham's front three play like they did in Saturday's 2-0 victory against Bromley.

Jarvis returned to the side at Hayes Lane and Davis Keillor-Dunn was also handed his first Reds' start, the duo lining up on the flanks with Jordan Ponticelli playing as the central striker.

Wrexham posed an attacking threat in the first half, causing the Ravens defence plenty of problems with their smart link-up play, and could have led by more than the one goal scored by Keillor-Dunn.

Bromley piled on the pressure after the break but Wrexham, defending from the front, held firm before Ponticelli's late strike clinched another crucial win in the fight against relegation.

Jarvis, who joined Wrexham on an 18-month deal from Stoke City last month, wants the attacking trio to continue making life misery for opposition defences.

"You have got to work hard for the team and then going forward, we know what we are capable of," said Jarvis.

"We know what we can do to opposition teams and you are always going to cause problems with a front three like that.

"We have got too much pace, chopping and turning, for any side to deal with.

"There are plenty of goals to be had.

"We are good friends off the pitch and on it so there is a good link-up between me, Ponch and Davis.

"It is enjoyable to play with them. It was good to get back into the starting line-up and make my mark."

The front three are among the new signings recruited by manager Dean Keates since the turn of the year to give the relegation battle a boost and Jarvis says the players are not short of confidence despite the lowly league position.

"We have got confidence in the team that we can beat anyone on our day," said Jarvis.

"Since we have brought some new lads in, we have added quality to the side and it is just a case of pushing on now.

"We can't think about what is below us, we have got confidence in ourselves that we can get out of it and get ourselves up the table."

Despite climbing up to 17th place in the National League after registering a second successive win on a 3G pitch at high-flying Bromley, Wrexham remain two points above the bottom four with 11 games to go.

Jarvis is looking to build on the victory when Wrexham face Yeovil, who sit fifth, at Huish Park tomorrow.

"The win is all that matters in the bigger picture," said Jarvis.

"Everyone was absolutely outstanding from the back to the front; it was a great win for the team and we needed it.

"Whether it is grass or 3G, I think we can cause any team problems and it was massive to get three points."

Jarvis was back in the side having been an unused substitute when Wrexham suffered a 3-2 defeat at Chesterfield in the previous outing two weeks earlier.

"You can't get down by not starting," said Jarvis.

"It is a team game but I was happy to be back in the starting line-up, and get another win under my belt."