LUKE YOUNG wants Wrexham to reverse the trend again this evening and is aiming for another away win at Halifax Town.

Phil Parkinson's side were held to a disappointing 0-0 draw by Wealdstone at The Racecourse on Saturday, with the stalemate coming on the back of two big victories on their travels when the Reds scored 11 goals to sink lowly King's Lynn and Aldershot.

A successful home record is seen as the platform for a promotion challenge but Young is keen to continue making winning a habit on the road tonight when ninth placed Wrexham face high-flying Halifax at The Shay.

"The old saying is you win your home games and you take a point away," said Young.

"It just seems like we have done it the other way around this last week - we have won our two away games and got the point at home.

"We have got to back it up with a performance especially against Halifax.

"It is not going to be easy, they are up there in the play-offs and rightfully so because they have had a good start to the season.

"But if we can get a positive result, it makes the point on Saturday look better than what it probably feels at the minute."

Young admits Wrexham weren't at their best against Wealdstone but the Reds' skipper felt his side still created enough chances to pick up another win.

"Wealdstone were decent with the ball, they played some good football," said Young.

"But when they didn't have the ball, they sat in and made it difficult for us; it was almost like they said to us 'right, let's see what you have got'.

"On another day we could have won two or three nil with the chances that we had.

"It wasn't meant to be, all of us could have been better with the ball but when you are not at your best but you are still creating chances, it is a positive that you have got to take.

"It is a clean sheet, it is a point and we have got to move on and focus on Halifax."