NO-ONE’S looking forward to playing in front of a bumper Racecourse crowd than local lad Jordan Davies.

Nearly 5,500 season ticket holders were present for Wrexham’s first home game of the season as Phil Parkinson’s side drew 1-1 with Notts County last Monday.

The WREXRENT Stand, which was closed for the Magpies stalemate, has been revamped and will reopen for tomorrow’s visit of Woking and general sale tickets have been snapped up by supporters.

Former academy graduate Davies, who hails from Coedpoeth and returned to his hometown club last summer after a spell with Brighton and Hove Albion, believes the atmosphere will be even more electric than it was last week.

“It is going to be a special moment,” said the midfielder. “Notts County was a special moment and I get to witness it twice!

“It was a really good atmosphere against Notts County under the lights but this is going to be the next level up again with the other stand open again and more noise.

“I know for myself, I can’t wait to get out there and soak up the atmosphere, and the fans strive us on like they did against Notts County, but hopefully we get three points this time.”

Davies says supporters make a huge difference, pointing to the backing the players received despite Notts County taking the lead against the run of play.

“Against Notts County, they helped us stay on top and helped build the pressure on Notts County,” said Davies.

“Hopefully we get the first goal against Woking and we keep all the pressure on them, and we use the positive reaction to boost the lads and get some more goals.

“It is a credit to the town and all the fans how much they have come together to support the lads this year on the back of the new owners.

“We are a real force on the pitch and I know the fans will be a real force off the pitch as well.”

Wrexham’s other three matches have been away home, the latest a 2-2 draw at Southend last weekend when the Reds came from two-nil down to continue the unbeaten start to the season.

Davies, who has started all four games, can see progression from Wrexham but wants to turn draws into wins.

“We have shown character early on in the season,” added the 23-year-old.

“It hasn’t been an easy start and we have been grinding out results.

“We are unbeaten in four games but obviously we want to turn those draws into a few wins, and we will do that.

“We have had some tough fixtures and we are just building.

“It will take a little bit of time to get the ball rolling but once the ball gets rolling, we are going to be a tough team to stop.”