PHIL PARKINSON wants his side to pick up where they left off when Wrexham face King's Lynn at The Walks tomorrow.

The Reds' won 5-0 against Aldershot Town in Tuesday's re-arranged clash at The Recreation Ground.

October's first meeting between the sides was abandoned after 52 minutes with Wrexham leading 2-0 but Parkinson's side were even more ruthless on their return to Hampshire.

Now up to ninth in the National League, Wrexham will aim to make it back-to-back league wins for the first time this season when they come up against the Linnets, who, like Aldershot, are in the relegation zone.

Parkinson says a repeat of the midweek performance will help the Reds achieve their target.

"It is three points in the bag, we regroup and go again at King's Lynn," said Parkinson.

"We will pick a team which we feel can go and put in another performance like we did on Tuesday.

"We have got to make sure that we perform like we did against Aldershot.

"The performance level is absolutely key, we concentrated on the key factors we needed to do and we implemented them from the first minute to the last, and that is what we have got to do again on Saturday.

"We have got to respect every team and we will be ready for another big performance."

Parkinson made four changes from the side that lost 2-1 at Harrogate in last Saturday's FA Cup first round tie.

Reece Hall-Johnson and Harry Lennon, who both scored against the Shots, came into the side along with Bryce Hosannah and Dan Jarvis.

"I just felt with Aldershot not having a game on Saturday, we wanted to add some fresh legs in the team," said Parkinson, who has leading scorer Paul Mullin available tomorrow after serving a three-game ban.

"The lads who got left out like Tyler French who has been great for us, Cameron Green came in on Saturday and did really, Shaun Brisley also and Liam McAlinden, but sometimes a sprinkling of freshness on the pitch can make a difference."