PHIL PARKINSON believes Wrexham won’t struggle to find the back of the net this season - and he expects his side to score all types of goals in pursuit of promotion.

The Reds go into tomorrow’s game against Woking at The Racecourse boasting an unbeaten record after the opening four games of the campaign.

A total of seven goals arrived in the 2-0 win at Eastleigh and draws against Solihull, Notts County and Southend, with Parkinson particularly pleased with the attacking play that led to Jamie Reckord and Dior Angus scoring as Wrexham bit back from two-nil down to level against the Shrimpers on Saturday.

“We have shown we have got a capability of scoring good, quality goals,” said Parkinson.

“Successful teams have got to score all types of goals; scruffy ones, from set-play situations etc.

“We have got an ability to play incisive football and I felt the two goals at Southend on Saturday were very good; the passages of play and that final ball from Tyler French on both occasions was top class.”

Wrexham have conceded five goals in the first four matches and Parkinson is always looking for an improvement from his defence.

“The aim of football is to put the ball in the back of the net at one end and keep it out at the other,” said Parkinson.

“Whenever you concede, you look at the goals and see why, and what we can do better, and we have done that.

“Now it is about concentrating on performing to the very best of our ability.”

Summer signing Paul Mullin, who has scored twice so far this season, missed the 2-2 draw against Southend with a slight injury but Parkinson was hopeful that the striker would be available for the visit of Woking.