DAN JARVIS was disappointed not to be involved at the start of the season but the midfielder is now hoping to be a regular feature in the Wrexham side.

The 22-year-old, who arrived at The Racecourse from Stoke City in January, failed to make the squad for the first two games of the campaign and didn't get off the bench in the 1-0 win at Yeovil.

A late substitute during last Tuesday's 1-0 defeat to Maidenhead, Jarvis was a first half replacement for the injured Paul Rutherford as Wrexham lost 4-3 against Wealdstone at the weekend.

Jarvis is delighted to be back in favour and wants more opportunities.

"You always want to be involved, I want to play my part in this team," said Jarvis.

"It was disappointing not being in the squad at the start of the season but you get your head down and work hard.

"Hopefully I have shown that in training and against Wealdstone, and I get more game time.

"I will always give my best for the football club and try and make things happen when I am on the pitch.

"Work hard and try to get a goal or two and assists."

Jarvis was pleased with his contribution at the Grosvenor Vale Stadium but disappointed Wrexham suffered a second successive defeat against a team sitting bottom of the National League.

"I said in pre-season I would play my part wherever I can and I did feel sharp," said Jarvis.

"I was getting a lot of the ball and tried to make things happen but it was not the result we wanted.

"We should have taken our chances more often.

"The result didn't go our way and we have got to be more clinical so hopefully I can help that."

Both teams scored twice during a frantic eight minute spell in the first half.

Wrexham had good chances to take the lead but the Reds conceded twice from set-pieces after the interval before grabbing a late consolation.

Jarvis was pleased with aspects of Wrexham's attacking play but admits it was a missed opportunity after failing to take those chances.

"Watching from the side it was end to end and if we take our chances, it could have been 4-2 or 5-2," said Jarvis.

"We could have won the game in the first half but we weren't clinical enough.

"It is not like we didn't create enough chances and it kills the game off if you score those chances.

"This league is up and down, it is still early doors but we should be beating teams like that.

"We just need to keep playing the same way and keep the same mentality whichever team we play.

"Just play the football that we know we can play and cause people problems, whether it is against top of the league or bottom of the league.

"When you look at the squad we have got, we are more than capable of doing well and I think we will bounce back from this, and we will win games."

Wrexham take a break from league action on Saturday when the Reds face Solihull Moors at Damson Park in their FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie.

The teams met just two weeks ago with Moors securing a 1-0 home win despite Wrexham dominating for long periods and Jarvis is determined to make amends.

"We should have beaten Solihull the first time so hopefully we can get our revenge," added Jarvis.