IT’S not been a bad start to the season.

You would love to have seen more wins but Wrexham are still unbeaten and shown a lot of resolve to get something out of games when they’ve gone behind.

When you consider that some of the early opponents are expected to challenge for promotion themselves, and three of the four matches have been away from home, then you’ve got to be happy.

There’s certainly a lot more to come from Wrexham and grinding out results when not finding top gear for the full 90 minutes is not a bad trait to have.

But the clash with Woking back at The Racecourse is the type of game the Reds will be looking to take three points from.

A bumper crowd will be expecting a Wrexham victory and Phil Parkinson has certainly brought in players who won’t shirk a challenge.

What better way to prepare for Tuesday’s trip to high-flying Grimsby and next Saturday’s visit of leaders Dagenham than by picking up win number two.


Jamie Reckord summed it up perfectly when talking about the Woking he said: "I can't wait for Saturday afternoon."

Football fans across the world all think the same, especially after a long, hard week at work.

Saturday is the day they all long for and it's great to hear the players are as excited as the fans for what promises to be a bumper gate at The Racecourse.

The only issue is that opposing teams will also want to rise to the occasion - and that has sometimes been Wrexham's Achilles heel in the past.

Teams they think they should be beating, they don't - it's something Wrexham fans have moaned about for years - even before the dark, dismal days of non-league football.

If Paul Mullin's back tomorrow, back him and James Jones to score in a 2-1 win.

NICK HARRISON: Wrexham 2 Woking 1