DAVIS KEILLOR-DUNN joked that thinking about the 2019/20 season ‘fries his brain’.

The 22-year-old took the brave decision to leave Scottish Premiership outfit Ross County, where he had a year remaining on his contract, for regular game time.

Keillor-Dunn had been farmed out on-loan to Scottish Championship side Falkirk the previous season, and the writing was on the wall for the youngster at the Staggies.

Four months passed before Keillor-Dunn was picked up by Wrexham, who snapped up the attacking midfielder on a short-term deal until the end of the 2019/20 campaign in January.

And Sunderland-born Keillor-Dunn was starting to find his best form when the coronavirus crisis called an abrupt end to the National League season.

Keillor-Dunn had made three successive starts for Dean Keates’ men - scoring once at Bromley - after a trio of substitute appearances, and he can hardly believe how the season has unfolded.

“It fries my brain,” declared Keillor-Dunn when asked about how the season has panned out.

“I was just getting going, I was starting to pick up momentum and put some good performances together.

“I felt I was really starting to pick up and maybe the gaffer had seen that in training as he was starting to pick me a bit more.

“I got my goal at Bromley and my confidence was coming back and then something has happened that I don’t think will ever happen again.

“It was frustrating because I felt like I was just getting going and I could feel that my best football was just around the corner.”

Keillor-Dunn was finding his rhythm under Keates, who he was enjoying working under.

On life at Wrexham under Keates, Keillor-Dunn said: “He wants people to earn their shirt and that’s great.

“ He seems like a perfect fit for me as he wants us to pass the ball and we play with two attacking midfielders.

“Training is brilliant and I’ve got nothing but good words to say about him.

“He’s a youngish manager so he understands when the lads need a day off and when they need to see their family, but he also knows when it’s time to work - he’s got the balance just right.

“His recruitment has also been spot on and that shows with the results we had against the likes of Harrogate.”