WREXHAM were made to work hard for their weekend win and Ben Tozer is expecting another battle against Grimsby Town this evening.

The Reds beat Woking 1-0 at a packed Racecourse on Saturday to maintain their unbeaten start to the National League campaign.

Jordan Davies gave Wrexham a deserved lead at the break but the Reds struggled in the second half as Woking came more into the contest and found themselves down to 10 men when substitute David Jones was sent off 15 minutes from time.

But Phil Parkinson's men dug in to secure three points and Tozer admits Wrexham need to learn to see out games better.

"I felt we were pretty dominant first half," said Tozer. "Second half was chalk and cheese really.

"We made it really hard for ourselves and when Jonah got sent off, a little bit of panic set in.

"We did a few daft things but it's good that we got away with that and we can learn from a few of the things we were doing.

"We rode our luck a little bit, they could have had a penalty at the end, but a clean sheet is great.

"A win is all that matters but you can't be too desperate, too frantic, because the opposition sense it.

"Momentum is massive in football; you give anyone a sniff and they will take it.

"Hopefully moving forwards we learn to see out games a bit better."

Tozer is expecting more of the same at Blundell Park against a Grimsby side who are also unbeaten with 10 points from their opening four matches.

"Grimsby is always a really tough place to go, quite a hostile place, so you have got to roll your sleeves up and dig in," said Tozer.

"The whole game might be like the second half on Saturday.

"We have got to make sure we do things better, dig in and do what we have got to do."

Wrexham have picked up two wins and three draws in their first five games and although continuing the unbeaten run is important, Tozer insists victories are needed for the Reds to realise their goal.

"We have done well to stay unbeaten," said Tozer.

"I don't think we can get too caught up on being unbeaten.

"Obviously we want to win games rather than go unbeaten drawing too many; it is the winning momentum we want.

"We have just got to get on a bit of a winning train and see where it takes you."

Davies is doubtful after picking up a calf injury while Jones, who came on for the midfielder, will serve a one-match ban following his dismissal.

But Tozer is confident whoever comes into the side will do a good job.

"There's about five, six, seven, eight lads missing out every game," said Tozer.

"There's opportunities for lads when people get injured and sent off.

"But the quality is there in training so I have got no question about whether anyone can stand in."