DEAN BRENNAN insists Wealdstone's 4-3 victory over Wrexham was the result of "character and togetherness".

Charlie Wakefield, Jacob Mendy, Alex Dyer and Michee Efete struck to give Wealdstone their first win at this level for 33 years against Dean Keates' Reds, who hit back through a Jerome Okimo own goal and Adi Yussuf's double.

Speaking to Wealdstone's official website at full time, boss Brennan said: "It was a great game, wasn't it? A really entertaining game.

"If the supporters were here watching they'd have absolutely loved it, it was a humdinger.

"We scored some great goals, we took the game to Wrexham and I felt when we were 2-1 down we didn't deserve to be 2-1 down but 2-0 up.

"I take responsibility for the second goal because I asked the players to play out from the back, be brave and get on the ball and that's going to happen.

"The character we showed to go on and win the game is brilliant, I'm delighted with the victory and that one's for all the super Stones' supporters.

"We dug deep and worked hard.

"We got a lot of things right. We scored from two set-pieces, which is very pleasing as we worked on them on Tuesday night.

"The character and togetherness, nothing else is going to give us success in this division. All of the top teams are the hardest working teams and we have to remain that way.

"I'm not saying we are going to be one of the top, top teams in this division, but we will be one of the hardest working - I think we've shown that in all of the games."