LUKE YOUNG always dreamt of playing again in the Football League and he will continue giving his all to hopefully achieve that goal with Wrexham this season.

The midfielder arrived at The Racecourse in the summer of 2018 from Torquay where he spent four seasons after leaving Plymouth Argyle.

While with Plymouth, Young established himself in the first-team before he was surprisingly released and that taste of playing in League Two was something he is eager to experience again.

"The goal is to play every game that you are available for," said Young.

"Whether you get picked or not, it is out of my hands. I can only control what I do on that pitch.

"The main objective is to earn promotion, whether that is this year, next year.

"With what has happened with the takeover, the club has got potential in the next two to three years to kick-start and once you get out of this league, I think you can go up again and there's no reason why we can't do it.

"First and foremost it is what we do this season that matters and if we can get in a position where we have got a chance to get out of this league, we will do that and see where we are at the end of the season.

"The ultimate aim for me is to get promoted and get back in the league. I will do my best to help the team and see where that goes personally and for the team as well."

Spending a third season at Wrexham, Young made his 100th league appearance for the Reds in Tuesday's 2-0 win over Woking at The Racecourse.

Young marked the occasion by scoring the second goal from the penalty spot to cap a good night's work.

"On the back of a goal, a win and a clean sheet, it tops off a good evening," said Young.

"It is nice to reach to reach that landmark for the club.

"This is my third year here now and it is nice to play that many games and keep a good run in the team going, and help the lads as much as I can to get results."

Since he was snapped up by Sam Ricketts, Young has been a consistent performer in the Wrexham midfielder and he has started all 22 league games this season.

Such are the high standards he sets himself, the 27-year-old felt he didn't have his best game against Woking.

"When you are playing week in, week out and you are playing a lot of games, it breeds confidence," said Young.

"There are games where, Tuesday included, I have not been at my best on the ball; there are going to be games where you are not 100 per cent at it.

"But off the ball, I will always put in a good shift and work hard, and things drop for you.

"To get that goal, although it is a penalty, it is still a goal at the end of the day and it topped off a good night's work; two goals, a clean sheet and a win."

Victory extended the unbeaten run to six games and leaves Wrexham sixth in the National League heading into tomorrow's game against Aldershot at The Recreation Ground.

"We are in a good little place at the minute," said Young.

"Without being at the top of our game, we still won a football match and when you look back at the end of the season, it could be a big three points.

"It is about keeping that momentum going, we are six games unbeaten now and long may that continue.

"We are going into it confident

"There is no reason why we can't stamp our authority on the game, keep winning games, keep climbing and see where it takes us at the end of the season.

"You would rather have points on the board than having to chase and have games in hand."

The takeover of the club by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney has created a buzz around The Racecourse, with Young adding: "It is a great time for the club, the community and the town.

"It is great to be involved but all we focus on is out on the pitch and getting Wrexham back to where they should be."