PHIL PARKINSON would like more points on the board but the Wrexham boss is not unhappy with his side's unbeaten start to the season.

Three of the first four games have been away from home with the Reds coming from two-nil down to draw 2-2 with Southend at Roots Hall on Saturday.

Wrexham return to The Racecourse on Saturday with Woking the visitors and Parkinson is looking to make the most of home advantage.

"The three away games have been tough ones and we have come through them all unbeaten," said Parkinson.

"We would love to have got more points but it is not a bad start; three points at Southend would have made it a very good start but we now go into a home game with our unbeaten start in tact, and looking to really impose ourselves on Woking."

Wrexham have been behind in three matches but managed to get a result each time, with the Reds turning things around to lead 2-1 at Solihull on the opening day before Moors snatched a stoppage time leveller.

Parkinson was delighted with the character and battling qualities shown by his side at Southend.

"After going two-nil down you have got to be pleased with a point," said Parkinson.

"Character is so important and when the pressure is on when you are two-nil down away from home, and the crowd are up for it and every decision seems to be going against you, you need cool heads.

"Certainly in the goals we got, we showed a real coolness about our play and I am delighted for the lads because it wasn't anything to do with a lack of hard work at the start.

"Southend were just slightly better than us in those early changes.

"It is a good point for us after being two-nil down and we will look to improve."