SUPPORTERS never saw Jordan Davies' first senior goal for Wrexham but the winger has vowed to get on the scoresheet when fans are allowed back at The Racecourse.

Davies was an academy graduate at Wrexham and the 22-year-old has returned to his hometown club following a spell with Brighton.

After coming through the youth ranks, Davies trained with the Reds first-team under Gary Mills while he was still a scholar in 2016 and played in pre-season friendlies but none were at home.

However, Davies started last Tuesday's clash with Cymru Premier neighbours Cefn Druids and he scored the opening goal in the 4-1 win.

Matches are being played behind closed doors because of the coronavirus pandemic but Davies is confident he will be in the goals when the National League campaign kicks off next month and supporters are hopefully able to return with restrictions in place.

"I don't think I managed to play at home the first time," said Davies.

"I played in a few of the away games at Lex, Gresford and Mold but didn't play on The Racecourse, but I have done now.

"I managed to nick a goal at the far post. It was a little tap-in but they all count.

"It was good to score and a nice relief. To tap one in, it always looks good and it's starting off the right way."

The goal came in front of empty stands and Davies added: "We can't do anything about that, just do our best on the pitch.

"Hopefully come the first game of the season, we can have as many fans as we are allowed in the stadium and hopefully I can score then as well."

Davies, who joined Brighton in January 2017, was then a left-back but considers himself to be more attack-minded now and he can't wait to show supporters how much he has developed as a player.

"It is good to be home and good to be around friends and family," said Davies.

"I had the best possible training and the best facilities to develop myself.

"I want to come here and show everyone how much I have developed.

"I am more of an attacker now and more creative."

Davies, who has lined up on the right wing in pre-season, added: "It is coming in on my left foot and making things happen.

"If that is creating for others or getting a shot off myself."

Davies got his third run-out at Telford United last night and he is pleased with how things are going.

"It is about building up your fitness and putting yourself in the best possible position come the start of the season, and to be in that starting XI," added Davies.

"It is all about building a winning mentality. We won the first couple of games and come the start of the season, it is all about winning."