DAVIS KEILLOR-DUNN was thriving in a united Wrexham changing room.

Keillor-Dunn was one of a number of young January recruits brought in boss Dean Keates as the Reds attempted to drag themselves away from trouble.

Michael Chambers, who left Wrexham in the same month Keillor-Dunn arrived, suggested that there were “little cliques” in the changing room.

But Keillor-Dunn, pictured after scoring in a crucial win at Bromley, found a changing room all pulling in the same direction as he, Dan Jarvis, Jordan Ponticelli and Jordon Thompson gelled effectively with the more experience figures.

Keillor-Dunn said: “He brought myself, Jarvis, Ponch and Jordon Thompson in and the young lads just gelled with the older lads, everyone was getting along and it showed on the pitch.

“We were all in it together and linking really well as a group and it felt like there was no holding us back.”