WREXHAM had to come from behind to see off King's Lynn Town in another goals show from Phil Parkinson's side

Michael Clunan have the National League strugglers a 12th minute but the Reds bounced to bag another three points in a 6-2 victory.

Aaron Hayden - just as he did in Tuesday's 5-0 win at Aldershot Town on Tuesday - scored the first as he headed home a 25th minute equaliser from a corner.

Jordan Davies grabbed the all important second goal seven minutes into the second half while top scorer Paul Mullin, back in the side alongside Jordan Ponticelli upfront, added a third with 63 minutes on the clock.

And Ponticelli made it three goals in three game with Wrexham's fourth goal on 76 minutes.

Malachi Linton pulled a goal back for the second-from-bottom hosts but substitute Dan Jarvis added a fifth and Cameron Green, another to come off the bench, scored his first goal for the Reds to send the travelling Wrexham fans home more than happy.

The Reds are now nine points behind new leaders Chesterfield and just three points off the play-off zone.