ADI YUSSUF feels Wrexham are good enough to challenge for honours this season but the striker knows consistency is key to mounting a promotion push.

The Reds face Wealdstone at the Grosvenor Vale Stadium with a haul of six points from their opening four National League games.

Wrexham have registered two wins but each victory has been followed by a defeat.

Yussuf, one of 11 new signings at The Racecourse over the summer, admits putting a run of positive results together has to be the target while the new-look Reds gel but it is something he is confident can be done.

"We need to find some consistency," said Yussuf, brought in on a season-long loan from League One outfit Blackpool.

"Like the gaffer says, it is a new squad and we are still getting to know each other.

"But I believe in this team.

"I finished second a couple of years ago with Solihull Moors and I believe we have got as good a team to do well.

"The aim is to be consistent and work hard as a team because I feel we have got a good chance."

Wrexham were unable to build on Saturday's superb 1-0 win at Yeovil as the Reds went down by the same scoreline at home to Maidenhead 48 hours later.

The Magpies arrived at The Racecourse sitting bottom of the table and pointless after three games but a first half goal proved to be the difference between the sides.

But Yussuf felt Wrexham, who squandered numerous chances after the break, were good value for a point and he insists heads won't drop as a result of the set-back.

"I thought we did alright and we definitely deserved a draw," said Yussuf. "We were unlucky.

"But like I said to the boys, we have just got to stay positive and stick together.

"We have got good spirit in the team so we have got to go to Wealdstone with a positive mindset and hopefully we win on Saturday."

Yussuf hobbled off in the opening day 2-1 victory over Boreham Wood with a groin injury but made his return as a second half substitute in Monday's loss.

Having missed two matches, Yussuf is delighted to be available to Keates and the frontman has vowed to prove his worth.

"I felt a tweak in the first two minutes against Boreham Wood," said Yussuf.

"I was gutted but I did everything I could to get back as soon as possible.

"I am just happy to be back and trying to help the lads push on."

"It has been a long time for me.

"Like everyone else, I have not played competitive games for seven months so the most important thing is to get some minutes in and get some goals.

"And hopefully we start winning to push on in the league.

"I am just grateful I am fit now and I want to give it absolutely everything for the team."

Yussuf will be hoping to be back in the starting XI at Wealdstone tomorrow and winger Anthony Jeffrey could also be in the squad.

Jeffrey went off with an abductor injury at Yeovil but Keates said: "Whether AJ will be back for the weekend, we will wait and see. There is only Shaun Pearson long term. They are fit and ready to go so there are decisions to be made in all places."