DIOR ANGUS never doubted the goals would come and the striker wants to add to his tally against Aldershot to help Wrexham register another win in their promotion push.

A transfer deadline day signing from Barrow, Angus opened his account as Dean Keates' side beat Woking 2-0 in midweek to extend the unbeaten run to six games.

Wrexham head to The Recreation Ground sitting sixth in the National League and Angus has set his sights on finding the net again in what he hopes is another Reds' victory.

"I am delighted to get my first goal and it was a good win as well," said Angus.

"We didn't play the best we know we can but sometimes you have just got to find a way to win and we did.

"For me, it is just that patience and knowing what you are doing is right, and keep doing it.

"Like I said, goals will come and it has started so hopefully more goals and a win against Aldershot."

After breaking the deadlock on the stroke of half-time, Angus also had a hand in Wrexham's second goal as he played in strike partner Kwame Thomas who was brought down in the area and Luke Young converted the penalty.

Angus is yet to taste defeat since signing for Wrexham and he feels he is developing a good partnership with Thomas.

"It is going to take time to build a partnership but it is starting to come together now so that it is good to see," said Angus.

Angus, who won the title with Barrow last season, wants to maintain the feelgood factor generated by the club's high profile takeover by staying on course for a second successive promotion.

"It is a good place to be," added Angus.

"They are exciting times but no matter what is going on off the pitch, we have just got to keep delivering on it and then the skies the limit.

"We have just got to keep plugging away.

"Don't look behind us. I know that some teams have got games in hand but they have got to win them and we are in a strong position."