Well, it’s been a pretty gratifying week for the football club with one thing and another.

After Tuesday’s roughing up of Aldershot away, last Saturday saw a very similar lineup dish out more of the same punishment to King’s Lynn Town.

I joked in last week’s column that we would be expecting similar results in all our away games from now on and since, I assume, Phil and the players are avid readers of this column, I don’t suppose any of us should be that surprised that they followed my suggestion.

After laying the ghosts of our abortive trip to Aldershot to rest, it was great to then enjoy a comfortable win in our next fixture to rack up our first back-to-back wins of the season.

Momentum is so important in football, whether it be within one half of a match or across the course of a whole season and I don’t think anyone could suggest that we have yet built up a head of steam this year.

A combination of factors, from injuries, to the vagaries of the fixture list and beyond have contrived to steal the wind from our sails on a number of occasions, but 11 goals in two games certainly feel like an opportunity to create and foster momentum.

Now is the time to grasp that opportunity and start to climb the table. Winning is fun. We can all agree on that.

The only disappointment from the two results is that I have been back in the US for the last 10 days or so and that raises the horrible possibility that the big determining factor in our recent success is that I am a Jonah and I should be banned from watching the club live.

I have been present at a fair few of our notable successes this season, but all avenues must be investigated when it comes to us earning three points.

I may have to become like Billy Beane, the Oakland Athletics General Manager, made famous by Brad Pitt in the movie Moneyball, and just pace around the bowels of the stadium listening to the game on Wrexham Player.

I am quite Brad Pitt-like already, insofar as I am always eating any time I’m on camera.

We’ve had a fantastic response to the request for information about the fanbase’s feelings regarding standing/safe standing/sitting for any future redevelopment of the Kop.

As the survey reveals, we are looking to build a 5500 capacity stand, which would make it the largest capacity stand in the stadium and finally see the return of the ground to four-sided status.

The survey is purely to get a sense of what people would like to see incorporated into a new stand and isn’t a consultation on the final design.

I know that some people were upset at the lack of mention of accessible seating but, we didn’t feel the need to canvas the wider fanbase to ensure we included forward-thinking accessibility construction into the final design.

Accessibility is already guaranteed to be a major part of any design for a new Kop stand, as I told a representative from the Disabled Supporters Association at a meeting a few weeks ago.

The results that we do have will be used to help shape the stand, so if you haven’t taken the opportunity to have your views added to the debate, there is still time. Go to https://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/news/2021/november/form/ and have your say.

We’ve got lots to come over the next few weeks in the run up to Christmas. For now, bring on Wealdstone.