DEAN KEATES admits the high profile takeover has provided Wrexham with "amazing" publicity but the Reds' boss wants his players to continue doing their talking on the pitch.

Wrexham's first game since Hollywood stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds were confirmed as new owners of the club ended in a 2-0 victory over Woking on Tuesday which extended the unbeaten run to six games and leaves the promotion-chasing Reds sitting sixth in the National League.

"Hopefully Rob and Ryan are really happy," said Keates. "A clean sheet and three points, everybody has to be happy with that.

"We have got a bit of momentum going, we have just got to build on it now."

McElhenney certainly was pleased as he tweeted after the final whistle: "Undefeated under new ownership", with Keates adding: "Let's hope it continues!"

The takeover has caught the imagination of people all over the world but Keates won't let the global publicity distract from what he and his players are trying to achieve and all he is thinking about is continuing the unbeaten run at Aldershot on Saturday.

"It is amazing what has happened to the football club, the level of publicity they've got for us," added Keates.

"As I have said from day dot, I couldn't let it distract myself and my department what is happening; we can't control it and it has gone through now.

"We are unbelievably grateful what the new owners have done regarding the furlough money, we can't thank them enough with the payment coming back.

"We won't get carried away on the publicity side, we have just got to do our business on the pitch.

"Results matter for us and we will do our best at the weekend."