JORDAN DAVIES is delighted to be up and running but the midfielder's first goal of the season was soured by a calf injury that could keep him out of tonight's showdown with Grimsby Town.

The Reds beat Woking 1-0 at a packed Racecourse on Saturday to maintain the unbeaten start to the campaign with Davies scoring the crucial goal.

Former academy graduate Davies returned to his hometown club last summer following a spell with Brighton and didn't score his first goal until March so the 23-year-old was understandably happy to open his account much sooner.

"I had to wait a while last season, way too long from my point of point, but I am and running this year," said Davies, who hails from Coedpoeth.

"Thanks to Paul Mullin for a great ball in, I headed it back across and it found the back of the net."

But Davies limped off with a calf injury 10 minutes into the second half and could be missing when Wrexham face Grimsby, who are also yet to taste defeat, at Blundell Park.

"I come out for the second half and just knew something wasn't right with my calf," said Davies.

"It was only getting tighter and tighter so I couldn't let the boys down.

"I had to come off and protect it, and hopefully get ready for Tuesday if that is what it is.

"I will be back as soon as possible and ready to go."

Davies also believes Wrexham need to start converting their chances - and especially at home where they will face leaders Dagenham on Saturday.

"When teams come here, we have got to be at our highest intensity," said Davies.

"Against Notts County we started really well, Woking we started really well, and I think we have to be more ruthless in the first half.

"We were leading 1-0 but we should have been two or three up and the game dead and buried.

"We have got to work on being ruthless and not letting teams back into the game."

Wrexham, playing with 10 men after David Jones was sent off, dug in to secure three points as Woking rallied in the second half.

"You get three points whether you play bad or you play well so to get three points when we weren't necessarily at our best second half, when we had to dig in and the lads had to grind, it is a different victory," added Davies.

"But the lads are more than happy with the character we have shown and long may the unbeaten run continue."