REECE HALL-JOHNSON says Wrexham will be brimming with confidence after putting Aldershot to the sword as Phil Parkinson’s side aim to register back-to-back league wins for the first time this season.

The Reds head to King’s Lynn this weekend on the back of a comfortable 5-0 win against the Shots in Tuesday’s rearranged showdown after the original fixture was postponed on October 2 because of a waterlogged pitch at The Recreeation Ground.

Leading 2-0 at the break, there was no let-up from Wrexham in the second half and Hall-Johnson, who scored the third goal, feels it leaves the Reds in good stead going into another game against a team struggling at the wrong end of the National League.

“We were in the changing room at half-time and we said we want to start fast and we want to carry on getting more goals, and we want to kill off the game,” said Hall-Johnson.

“It was a really good performance and it was brilliant for us that we ended up with 5-0.

“That will give us good confidence and hopefully we can take that into Saturday and really push on because that is what we really need.

“We have got the players, we have got the team and we have got the management; we need to push on and I think we will.

“Confidence is a massive thing in football so coming off a 5-0 win, you are high on confidence so you go again. That will always be the aim.”

Hall-Johnson was handed his first start since recovering from a groin injury sustained in the opening day draw at Solihull Moors.

It was the perfect night for Hall-Johnson - picked out by opposite wing-back Bryce Hosannah for his goal - as victory took Wrexham up to ninth in the table.

"I spoke to Bryce and just said: 'I will be in the box, don't worry. You do your thing, keep getting at your man what you have been doing all season and I will be in there'." added Hall-Johnson.

"It was perfect. We pulled it back and thankfully it went in.

"To come back in and get a goal and get the win, it was all I could ask for."