PHIL PARKINSON wants the Wrexham players and supporters to keep feeding off each other.

Nearly 5,500 season ticket holders were in attendance for the 1-1 draw against Notts County at The Racecourse on Bank Holiday Monday, the only home game of the season, with fans creating an elective atmosphere.

Wrexham are back at home on Saturday and an ever bigger crowd will be present because the WREXRENT Stand, which was closed for the Magpies stalemate, will reopen and general sale tickets have been snapped up.

Parkinson feels the fantastic backing against County showed that supporters can't wait to watch their side play and that was reflected on how well his players performed.

"It's nice to have a Saturday game at The Racecourse," said Parkinson.

"I think the lads showed against Notts County that they relished the atmosphere.

"We want our supporters to look forward to coming to see the team play and equally, we want the players to get up on Saturday morning itching to get out there and play in front of our supporters because the atmosphere they created a couple of Mondays ago was exceptional.

"That is the response to the intensity which we played the game at and we need to make sure that we are right on the money from the first whistle against Woking."

Wrexham came from two-nil down at Southend on Saturday to draw 2-2 and continue the unbeaten start to the season.

Pleased with the response to going behind, Parkinson praised the strong mentality and leadership qualities from his players to get something out of the game.

"We came back from Southend with a decent point. A win would have been better but we will take the point and look to build on that against Woking," said Parkinson.

"When we conceded in the Notts County game is was completely against the run of play.

"Saturday was a bit different but we showed a strong mentality to get going but I expect that from us because we have got some players with excellent leadership qualities in the team.

"It can't always come from the manager or the assistant, it comes from the players on the pitch and they got us back into the game."