JORDAN DAVIES is setting his sights high - both individually and with his home-town club.

Former academy graduate Davies, who hails from Coedpoeth, returned to Wrexham last summer after a spell with Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion, putting pen to paper on a two-year deal.

A strong finish to his first campaign back at The Racecourse helped midfielder Davies, who scored eight goals during the run-in, land the Player of the Season award.

Davies was honoured to win the gong and he would love to go one better and pick up the main Player of the Year award for 2021-22, although the 23-year-old knows he faces stiff competition with Reds' boss Phil Parkinson completing some high profile signings.

"I was delighted to get some recognition for the latter part of the season; for me and my family it was a proud moment and I was really happy to win the award," said Davies.

"I can still get Young Player of the Season this year and it would be nice to do it again but I am looking at the main one.

"There is talent to fight for it with Paul Mullin and different people coming in, it is going to be tough one and a good award to win, but I would like to try and get it myself."

But Davies says helping Wrexham, who go into tomorrow's home game against Woking unbeaten after the first four games of the season, clinch promotion back to the Football League remains the biggest target.

"My aims for the season were double figure goals, double figure assists and that Player of the Year award, and getting promoted most importantly," added Davies.

"I set my standards really high and I'd like to get them at the end of the season."