CAMERON GREEN hopes three points against Aldershot is the catalyst for an improvement in form that will propel Wrexham up the National League.

Phil Parkinson's side head to The Recreation Ground sitting 13th in the table following an indifferent start to the season.

The clash, rescheduled after last month's game was abandoned because of a waterlogged pitch with Wrexham leading 2-0, is the only fixture taking place in the division this evening.

Victory would take Wrexham up to ninth position and Green, who made his first start of the campaign in Saturday's 2-1 FA Cup first round defeat at Harrogate Town, hopes it leads to a run of wins as the Reds aim to put themselves amongst the leading pack.

"It is a big game for us and we need to win and climb that table," said Green.

"Everyone knows our ambitions and for one reason or another it has not quite gone to plan so far.

"Hopefully we can start getting a run of results, starting against Aldershot, and start climbing the table.

"Who's to say that you can't win four or give games and you start climbing the table quicker than you can imagine.

"We have got to focus on Aldershot, we can't look ahead of that, hopefully pick up three points and try and get on a run.

"Momentum is vital in football and if we can get on a run, this will be the perfect time to do so.