PAUL MULLIN'S injury is not serious and Phil Parkinson is hoping the striker will be available for Saturday's home game against Woking.

Summer signing Mullin, who has scored twice since arriving at The Racecourse from Cambridge United, missed the 2-2 draw with Southend United at the weekend due to a knee problem,

But scans have shown that Mullin, who mingled in the away end at Roots Hall with supporters as Wrexham came from two-nil down to earn a point and maintain the unbeaten start to the National League campaign, has no major issue and could have played at a push.

"Paul's fine," said Parkinson, who saw Mullin's replacement Dior Angus score the equaliser. "It kind of disrupted us a little bit.

"We trained Thursday and he had problem with his knee. We sent him for a scan Thursday night and it came back with nothing really on it.

"He had a fitness test in the morning and probably could have played if it was two games to go at the end of the season, we probably would have played him, but Dior is playing well and making an impact off the bench and he got his goal."

When asked whether Mullin will recover in time to face Woking, Parkinson added: "I think he has got a good chance.

"The good news for us is that nothing serious showed up on the scan so we will review him and give him every opportunity to be fit for the weekend."

Parkinson was pleased to see Angus mark his first start of the campaign with a goal.

"It was a tough one for him because it was a fast and furious game and he hasn't played a lot of football," added the Reds' boss.

"At the start he was a bit caught in the traps but he got better as the game went on and getting a goal is great, and he made a great chance for Jake Hyde as well."